5 things you may have forgotten about AI today: Sonata Software’s new AI, Turnitin’s new AI detection tool, and more


Today, July 25, businesses are coming up with innovative solutions in the artificial intelligence field. Sonata Software has launched its own generative AI platform called Harmony.AI, and the company claims it focuses on ethics and responsible design; Turnitin’s new AI detection tool is exactly what educators have needed since ChatGPT first became free to the public — this and much more in today’s AI roundup. Let us take a closer look.

Sonata Software launches Harmony.AI

According to a report in Live Mint, Indian IT firm Sonata Software has launched its own Generative AI offering called Harmony.AI. The company claims that the AI ​​platform takes a ‘responsible by design’ approach and prioritizes ethics, trust, privacy, security and compliance.

Sameer Dhir, MD & CEO, Sonata Software, said, “We are excited to launch Harmony.AI, which is our major step into a responsibility-first AI and generative AI space… Our responsibility is to help enterprises leverage the most relevant use cases for their specific business needs within a governed framework. So, as with any AI, the key to success is the railings that humans build around it to guarantee safe and reliable results.

AI could help detect breast cancer

According to a BBC report, researchers from Cardiff, UK have developed an AI tool that is capable of improving the accuracy of medical diagnosis and helping in early detection of breast cancer. This tool will empower radiologists to improve both speed and accuracy of decision making.

“The other thing about artificial intelligence is that it doesn’t really need pause. It can go through an unprecedented number of scans and help radiologists tackle ‘sticky’ problems,” said Judy Rice, chief executive of cancer charity Tenovus.

Turnitin reviewed 65 million papers, found 6.7 million used more than 20% AI writing

Plagiarism and plagiarism checker Turnitin said it reviewed more than 65 million academic papers and found a surprisingly large number of AI writings. According to a report in The Hindu, the tool found that over 2.1 million papers had at least 80 per cent AI writing, while 6.7 million had more than 20 per cent AI writing.

“In just three months, Turnitin’s new AI Detection feature is being widely used and is giving teachers the data they’ve asked for since ChatGPT first went free to the public in November 2022,” said Annie Chechitel, Turnitin’s Chief Product Officer.

HDFC ERGO launches Center for Excellence for Generative AI

According to a report in The Times of India, private sector general insurer HDFC Ergo has launched its Center for Excellence (CoE) for Generative AI. The COE will provide hyper-personalized customer experience based on generic AI solutions.

Google Cloud is collaborating with HDFC ERGO to help identify use cases and skill their teams on the technology of Generative AI.

According to a report in The Verge, Microsoft is testing its Bing AI chatbot for Google Chrome and Safari browsers. The tool may soon be available on both the browsers and users will be able to access Generator AI to enhance their browsing experience. In a statement to The Verge, Caitlin Rolston, director of communications at Microsoft, said, “We are rolling out access to Bing Chat in Safari and Chrome for select users as part of our testing on other browsers. We look forward to expanding our reach to even more users once our standard testing procedures are complete.”


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