AI Remains a Supporting Actor in Enterprise Sales, For Now

by Tony Palladino Revolution creates a paradigm shift. The industrial revolution was followed by the information age, when the advent of computers and the internet created another paradigm shift for the world economy. Countless innovations followed, such as smart phones, online shopping and streaming video to name just a few of the life changing innovations. And now, with the advent of Generative AI, we are on the cusp of yet another revolution. Change is happening at an accelerated pace. After 20+ years of Machine Learning, we are now beyond the curve in the hockey stick growth chart, with change climbing…

Continue Reading

LLMOps – Generative AI needs new processes to deploy Large Language Models at the Edge

by Sanjay Mazumder Venture Capitalists look at new ideas from one of two perspectives, either it has to be “better, faster, cheaper” or “brave new world”. Seldom do they pick the second one. 2023 is such a year. In the past few months, we’ve already seen how generative AI is setting the business agenda for major tech companies. What makes it different from previous “new worlds” concepts like Metaverse or Crypto Currency? First of all, it’s not an ethereal concept. It’s tangible and proven technology. And it’s not a tech trend only embraced by techies. Rather generative AI is already…

Continue Reading

Exploring the Legal Implications of Generative AI: Is it Fair Use?

by Bill Franks On the negative side of the recent hype (hysteria?) around generative AI has been a focus on the underlying legal implications of this technology. Here, I’ll dive into one specific issue that has been the subject of intense debate. Namely, is it fair for generative models to be trained on data the model creator does not have rights to? Further, is an AI process doing anything different than we do ourselves when it uses such content? How Humans Learn and Use Information As we go through life, we learn by taking in and processing information about what…

Continue Reading