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Enterprise Search
Having a comprehensive, highly secure enterprise search capability—one that fills the gap between specialized search systems and Web-focused search tools—can be a key business asset, and is essential to effective knowledge management for corporations and government entities. When enterprise search has a strong emphasis on knowledge management, intellectual property, e-discovery and compliance, it becomes the foundation for comprehensive risk management.

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The KMWorld AI 100: The Companies Empowering Intelligent Knowledge Management

It's easy to become overwhelmed, even awestruck at the amount of information about AI, particularly GenAI, being thrown at us on a daily basis. The ability of AI technologies to process vast amounts of data, recognize patterns that humans can't see, and generate new knowledge and insights boggles the imagination. The challenge faced by knowledge managers is determining what is actually useful and will have staying power.

AI 100 Trailblazer: Enterprise Knowledge - Taking AI Beyond a Prototype: At the Intersection of Knowledge and Data Management

Throughout the many AI solutions we have developed within both the public and private sector, we differentiate ourselves by working alongside our clients to weave KM and data management practices through knowledge graphs and a semantic layer and build user-focused AI solutions that are embedded within organizational processes, support the organizational mission, and reflect how people and processes fuel enablement and adoption.

AI 100 Trailblazer: Lucidworks - Your Trusted Partner for AI-Powered Search and Discovery

Lucidworks' total AI solutions seamlessly integrate cutting-edge generative AI models with over a decade of proven search expertise. We create personalized experiences for customers and employees, driving engagement and results across key applications like knowledge management, commerce, and service & support.

AI 100 Trailblazer- M-Files: Unleash the benefits of knowledge work automation and superior GenAI experiences

The M-Files metadata foundation drives superior AI experiences by creating a unique, customer-specific information model that surrounds all content, ensuring safe and high-quality results. With M-Files, organizations automatically get the mandatory enablers for successful AI deployment: connectivity, confidentiality and curation.

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Democratizing software development with no code/low code

By enabling greater productivity and accelerated software development timelines, no code/low code is on the rise.

KMWorld 2023 sees a sea change

Most of the papers presented at the 2023 conference did not report on what had changed. Instead, they assumed and predicted that there would be substantial change.

Microsoft’s Copilot: A force multiplier for KM

Generative AI (GenAI) applications will increasingly transform organizations' IT platforms. Companies of any size that opt to create robust apps on their own, however, are in for a protracted, complex, and expensive experience.There's a better way: Buy into what I call a GenAI ecosystem from a vendor in whose tech you are already invested. These ecosystems are comprised of the sum of services customers mostly need to build and launch robust apps.

KM and AI: Experts look at what lies ahead for 2024

AI and dreams of its potential rocked this past year as companies moved quickly to embed and offer their own version of chat assistants, predictive and generative AI, and more

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Pushing the boundaries of knowledge curation

Knowledge democratization occurs in two directions, seemingly engaged in an endless tug of war: acquisition and dissemination.

The flip side of generative AI: Extractive AI

Extractive AI takes a more comprehensive and transparent approach to machine intelligence.

Should we go back to paper-based KM?

The sheer volume of largely useless data we have accumulated across the years severely limits the ability of AI to work well, and it comes at a heavy environmental and financial cost.

Was the web good for knowledge management?

So, yes, the web enables everyone with an internet connection and the freedom to use it to contribute to our new, global, contentious, and contradictory knowledge space. But I did not foresee the dark side because of an optimism born of privilege.

Knowledge Management Whitepapers

CX Knowledge Manager Playbook

Extracting knowledge from your data:Learn how a semantic layer helps you find, access, integrate, and re-use your enterprise knowledge.

Unified Data Layer: Transforming Data Choas into Actionable Insight

2024 KMWorld Guide to KM Trends, Products, and Services

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