Since ChatGPT erupted onto the scene and blew the world’s mind with the power of what could be delivered through generative AI, it’s become not only the topic of every second conversation in the tech world, but the plaything of every civilian with a net connection and an overweaned sense of trust. But did you know that AI tools have been helping out enterprises and their staff for years? Or that as of January this year, at least one has added generative AI capabilities to its make-up?
n a sense, Lucy finds diamonds in a coalmine of potentially impenetrable data, and it does it in a fraction of the time it would take either staff or a standard Google-style search.
The addition of generative AI.
In January, 2023, Lucy updated its offering with a generative AI element, called Lucy Synopsis. We asked Steve, apart from the hot-button chic of generative AI in the year of ChatGPT and its sudden flurry of competitors, what the new element brings to enterprises with a lot of data locked somewhere in their bones and silos.
Here’s a question. What is an answer?
That’s a very philosophical way to start.
An answer is a unit of knowledge. If you’re in an enterprise, you have lots of answers to questions as yet unasked, locked up in the data of your day-to-day existence. So when you ask a question, you can be pretty sure the answer’s there somewhere. And we’re always looking to get you closer to the core elements of content that you’re looking for, that will give you the answers you need.
Generative AI is an amazing supplement to that, because here we have those specific answers. Here’s the ten things that are suitable in your content that represent your company’s knowledge about this topic. Plus, to help you understand that, here’s a summary of that content, here’s something that you can take elsewhere.
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