The options are many and varied when it comes to taming silos. The specific approach should depend on the use case, the organization's existing knowledge assets, and the strategic goals.
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The fundamental pillars of KM—taxonomies, domain-specific data models, knowledge extraction, search, and text analytics—are as pertinent today as they ever were. Now, generative AI has rendered these constructs much more accessible to the enterprise. Its long-standing utility will be determined by surmounting models' tendencies to generate contrived, inaccurate responses while embedding them into core KM processes.
From streamlining data capture, extracting key information, and delivering the right information to the right place at the right time, scanners and software from Kodak Alaris can meet each customer's unique business needs.