Sinequa combines its neural search engine with generative large language models
Sinequa announced the integration of Microsoft Azure Open AI Service into its Neural Search capabilities, combining relevance with sharp summaries and a conversational interface to help users obtain and interact with information faster and more naturally.
According to Sinequa, this solution brings the power of generative AI to the workplace by pairing two powerful technologies to work together—the relevance of Sinequa’s Neural search platform and the summarization and interactivity of generative AI.
This combination is key, as it provides the only way to unleash the power of generative LLMs to the enterprise safely, powering the chat with secure enterprise content thanks to Sinequa’s extensive connectivity to all enterprise sources.
“The rapid emergence of ChatGPT in recent months has caused business leaders to ask how generative large language models (LLMs) can accelerate innovation and increase productivity. Combining the unmatched accuracy and relevance of Sinequa’s Neural Search with the natural language interface and answering capabilities of ChatGPT creates a powerful and first-to-market synergy that enables your employees to converse with your content,” said Alexandre Bilger, co-CEO at Sinequa.
Sinequa’s GPT summarizes the information gathered from Sinequa’s Neural Search into more rapidly digestible and reusable formats tailored to the specific needs of the employee. Sinequa’s GPT also allows an interactive dialogue, so that employees can ask deeper questions, refine the search, or refine the response. In this way, employees can converse with their content and have dialogue with their data, all using natural language, according to the company.
“Ultimately, search is about increasing enterprise effectiveness by capitalizing on enterprise content, and combining that with generative LLMs increases the value of enterprise search by making it faster and easier to get at the information needed to be productive and accelerate innovation,” Bilger said.
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