Topic: ai

Data integration and alignment will dictate generative AI’s impact on digital transformation

Generative AI has taken the enterprise world by storm throughout 2023 – and for good reason. From a digital transformation perspective, it has the potential to amplify efficiency to new heights at a time when it’s needed most. Most enterprise digital transformation efforts today fail. A recent Gartner report found that nearly 70% of CFOs … continue reading

Salesforce Einstein 1 Studio enables users to integrate AI into application using low-code

Salesforce has announced a new set of low-code tools to enable its customers to easily and quickly embed AI into their customer relationship management (CRM) applications.  The new platform, Einstein 1 Studio, builds on Einstein Copilot, which is the company’s generative AI solution. The Studio includes three main components: Copilot Builder, Prompt Builder, and Model … continue reading

ChatGPT can now read responses out loud

OpenAI today announced that ChatGPT now has the capability to read responses aloud to you, allowing for a more hands-free experience.  For example, it could read aloud the ingredients for a recipe so that you can be roaming around your kitchen as you listen, rather than having to carry your phone around with you and … continue reading

Pluralsight creates AI sandboxes that allow developers to safely experiment with AI

Pluralsight, a company focused on technology workforce development, has introduced AI sandboxes, which are interactive environments that developers can use to experiment with and learn about AI in an engaging and safe way. These sandboxes are equipped with pre-configured AI cloud services, generative AI notebooks, and an array of large language models (LLMs). This setup … continue reading

Anthropic reveals the latest generation of Claude AI models

Anthropic, the AI company created by some of the original OpenAI founders, has announced the latest generation of its AI model family, Claude. Claude 3 includes three AI models that vary in terms of capability, performance, and cost. From smallest to largest, these include Haiku, Sonnet, and Opus.  Haiku is the smallest and fastest model, … continue reading

ServiceNow, Hugging Face, and NVIDIA release new open LLMs for developers

ServiceNow, Hugging Face, and NVIDIA have teamed up to release a new family of open LLMs called StarCoder2 that is designed for developers.  StarCoder2 was trained on 619 programming and is intended to provide developers with features like code generation, workflow generation, and text summarization, to name a few. The companies envision the StarCoder2 models … continue reading

GitHub Copilot Enterprise is generally available

GitHub is making it even easier for developers to leverage Copilot in a professional capacity with the general availability of GitHub Copilot Enterprise, starting at $39 per user per month. GitHub Copilot Enterprise is a version of GitHub Copilot that integrates into an organization’s knowledge bases so that it can provide more relevant and specific … continue reading

Mistral AI announces its largest AI model yet and a partnership with Microsoft for deployment

Mistral AI announced the launch of Mistral Large, its newest flagship AI model available through its own la Plateforme or through Azure AI, which is the first external partner to host Mistral’s models.  The model’s reasoning capabilities can be used for complex multilingual reasoning tasks, including text understanding, transformation, and code generation. Mistral Large introduces … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Quivr

Quivr utilizes the power of generative AI to function as a personal assistant. The developers behind the project compared it to the note-taking app Obsidian, but turbocharged with AI capabilities. Quivr is designed to prioritize speed and efficiency, ensuring users can quickly and easily access their data. It is built to be secure, giving users … continue reading

Stable Diffusion 3 now in early preview

Stability AI, the company behind the text-to-image AI model Stable Diffusion, has just released an early preview of Stable Diffusion 3.  “With Stable Diffusion 3, we strive to offer adaptable solutions that enable individuals, developers, and enterprises to unleash their creativity, aligning with our mission to activate humanity’s potential,” Stability AI wrote in a blog … continue reading

Google releases Gemma, a new AI model designed with AI researchers in mind

Google is building on the success of its Gemini launch with the release of a new family of lightweight AI models called Gemma. The Gemma models are open and are designed to be used by researchers and developers to innovate safely with AI.  “We believe the responsible release of LLMs is critical for improving the … continue reading

OpenAI announces text-to-video model called Sora

OpenAI announced its text-to-video model, Sora, that can create realistic and imaginative scenes from text instructions. Initially, Sora will be available to red teamers for the purposes of evaluating potential harms or risks in critical areas, which will not only enhance the model’s security and safety features but also allows OpenAI to incorporate the perspectives … continue reading Protection Status