From ChatGPT “alternatives” to the power of large language models (LLMs) for everything from protein design to note-taking, AI startup news around generative AI was blowing up around the world this week.
3. Lucy adds generative AI for enterprise knowledge management
Minneapolis-based Lucy, an AI-powered “answer engine,” launched Lucy Synopsis this week, a new feature that offers a ChatGPT-like short summary of the best answers in response to a question.
The company says it uses generative AI to synthesize millions of data points across an organization’s knowledge ecosystem. Synopsis is available within the Lucy platform and is fully integrated with Microsoft Teams, Slack and other business messaging platforms.
“What makes Synopsis so powerful is that it delivers summarized answers directly in the messaging applications teams use every day. Most employees habitually go to these channels to seek answers from colleagues and get help finding information. Lucy participates as a user in the Microsoft Teams and Slack environment, providing you with answers just as a colleague would,” said Scott Litman, founder and COO of Lucy, in a press statement.
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