Now that ChatGPT has been out for a while, people playing with it have discovered the shortcomings. Today at MIT, Sam Altman acknowledged the shortcomings of GenerativeAI. But that doesn’t stop companies from jumping on the GenAI bandwagon. Yes, they are using it. I’d just suggest doing a test drive or asking a lot of questions to discover just what it can do for you.

This is news from a company using Generative AI for predictive applications. Check it out.

SymphonyAI, a leader in predictive and generative enterprise AI SaaS, announced IRIS (Industrial Reasoning and Insights Service) Foundry, an industrial data operations platform for the rapid creation of robust digital industrial applications that improve process efficiency, reduce unscheduled asset downtime, and enhance connected worker capabilities. IRIS Foundry, powered by SymphonyAI’s award-winning predictive and generative EurekaAI platform, uses AI-enabled data contextualization at enterprise scale and is both open and composable.

IRIS Foundry provides the differentiating building blocks of industrial data management and governance needed to deploy AI-embedded manufacturing solutions at enterprise scale. IRIS Foundry has prebuilt connectors to extract data from IT, OT, and enterprise data sources into polyglot dataops storage to ensure versatile handling and integration of multiple data contexts. Data is organized into a structured asset hierarchy using AI-powered P&ID ingestion or through an existing asset historian framework. This process, enhanced with sophisticated contextualization services, automatically maps data into a unified namespace. The result is a dynamic industrial knowledge graph, simplifying access to and navigation of information. The IRIS Foundry knowledge graph is a foundational layer for enriched analysis and insights, empowering IRIS copilots for user-based interactions and guiding the exploration and understanding of complex data landscapes. Industrial applications built on IRIS Foundry adhere to data governance, audit, and security standards.

IRIS Foundry offers a low-code, drag-and-drop user experience, easy integration with programming tools, and an ability to deploy in various modes ranging from SaaS to customer-hosted models in a private cloud. Built on a lightweight architecture with cloud and edge computing in scope, the install footprint is synergistic with manufacturers’ operational technology (OT), information technology (IT), and external data ecosystems and contains hundreds of prebuilt connectors, reducing the effort to unify industrial data.

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