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Artificial Intelligence News for the Week of May 10; Updates from Google, Intel, Salesforce & More

Solutions Review Executive Editor Tim King curated this list of notable artificial intelligence news for the week of May 10, 2024.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant artificial intelligence news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the last week, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy artificial intelligence news items.

Artificial Intelligence News for the Week of May 10, 2024

Alteryx Drops New Research on Awareness and Sentiment of GenAI in 2024

The “Market Research: Attitudes and Adoption of Generative AI” report surveyed 2,000 global IT business leaders and 3,000 members of the general public to gather insights that expose the differing perceptions of how the world is navigating and embracing genAI.

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BigID Tackles Prep, Governance & Access Control for Microsoft Copilot Data

Through this capability, organizations achieve unprecedented visibility into sensitive information, even within encrypted and unstructured data sets, to develop more secure and trustworthy AI models including Microsoft Copilot and beyond.

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Boomi Unveils New AI Agents, Slew of Product Updates, Acquisitions

Alongside the features gained through the two acquisitions, Boomi detailed several new platform capabilities that it developed in-house. The latter enhancements are headlined by a set of artificial intelligence agents designed to ease customers’ day-to-day work.

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Databricks Announces Vector Search and Model Serving Enhancements

The company announced the general availability of Vector Search and major updates to Model Serving that make it easy for enterprises to build high-quality RAG applications with native capabilities available directly in the Databricks Data Intelligence Platform.

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Enkrypt Launches New Tool to Rank Safety of LLMs

The leaderboard covers dozens of top-performing language models, including the GPT and Claude families. More importantly, it provides some interesting insights into risk factors that might be critical in choosing a safe and reliable LLM and implementing measures to get the best out of them.

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Espresso AI Raises $11 Million Funding for AI Clout Cost Optimization

The company, which emerged from stealth this week, has developed technology that uses advanced language models and machine learning to automatically optimize code and reduce cloud compute costs by up to 80 percent.

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OpenAI Set to Unveil Perplexity Search Engine Competitor Next Week

The AI search tool will reportedly be embedded within OpenAI’s signature chatbot ChatGPT and will source information directly from the internet. OpenAI’s search tool will be partly powered by Microsoft’s Bing search engine.

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Oracle Unveils New AI Coding Assistant

Oracle boasts Code Assist possesses multiple capabilities, from providing code suggestions based on learned context and patterns to generating API documentation or providing annotations to describe code functionality, summarizing code in an easily understood manner, conducting pull requests to merge changes into a repository after writing code reviews, and executing unit and functional tests on code.

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Protect AI Releases AI/ML Vulnerability Database

Sightline not only enhances the security awareness and posture of businesses but also empowers them to embrace AI and ML innovations with confidence, ensuring a safer AI-powered world. Enabling organizations to quickly detect, assess, and remediate their AI ecosystem and environment for associated AI risks.

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Red Hat Collabs with Intel to Power OpenShift AI

To balance the costs of maintaining existing systems with the adoption of new solutions, organizations require flexible, scalable and resilient AI infrastructures that combine hardware and software from multiple vendors. Red Hat and Intel are addressing these needs with a hybrid cloud approach wherein the AI stack is not confined to a single cloud or single datacenter. The company also partnered with NVIDIA and AMD.

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SoundHound Partners with Perplexity on Auto and IoT Voice

The SoundHound Chat AI assistant will leverage Perplexity to provide accurate, up-to-date responses to web-based queries that static LLMs cannot currently answer – expanding the type and complexity of the questions the assistant is able to handle.

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Upend Emerges to Provide GenAI Search to Students and Professionals

At the core, Upend offers users a gen AI search bar where they can select any LLM from the options on offer and ask it a question about work or everyday life. The model uses the query and combines it web search or the select source to provide grounded answers, complete with citations to help users go back to the source of the answer.

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US Government Set to Use NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD for GenAI

The DGX SuperPOD will support MITRE’s Federal AI Sandbox, a platform to improve experimentation with next-generation, AI-enabled applications across federal government agencies.

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Expert Insights Section

Watch this space each week as our editors will share upcoming events, new thought leadership, and the best resources from Insight Jam, Solutions Review’s enterprise tech community where the human conversation around AI is happening. The goal? To help you gain a forward-thinking analysis and remain on-trend through expert advice, best practices, predictions, and vendor-neutral software evaluation tools.

Solutions Review Set to Host Databricks & ZoomInfo for Exclusive GenAI Roundtable May 29

With the next Expert Roundtable event, the team at Solutions Review has partnered with Databricks and ZoomInfo to cover why bad data is the problem, how Databricks and ZoomInfo help companies build a unified data foundation that fixes the bad data problem, and how this foundation can be leveraged to easily scale and use data + AI for GenAI.

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SR Expert @ Insight Jam: Pilot Episode of Insight AI with Samir Sharma Now Live

Samir digs into seed funding in AI startups, Nvidia’s powerful new GPUs, Apple’s investment in AI training data, governmental initiatives to ensure AI safety, and more. Samir then sits down with Jason Hogg to talk about the pros and cons of this AI explosion through a cybersecurity lens.

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