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In this video, practitioner analyst Kieron Allen discusses Informatica’s Claire GPT, which was announced during the opening keynote.
00:23 — Coming from the opening keynote session at Informatica World, Kieron notes that it was an energetic and exciting start to the conference, with a series of important product and partner announcements.
00:34 — One of the most exciting announcements relates to Informatica’s launch of Claire GPT, the industry’s first generative AI-powered data management platform. One of the key aims of Claire GPT is to enable AI-powered digital transformation.
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00:58 — Informatica is extending Claire, the company’s existing AI engine that powers its data management solutions, with generative AI capabilities focused on simple, natural language search. Using this search function, users can access the data catalog without directly going into it, and Claire will make suggestive next steps.
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01:26 — Claire GPT is not a non-specific generative AI model. It focuses on data management and processing and leverages large language models (LLMs). Kieron had the chance to speak with one of Informatica’s key customers, who noted the “enormous” capabilities of Claire GPT.
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