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Microsoft has unveiled another edition of its Copilot AI tool specifically developed for Finance, aimed at transforming the daily operations of finance teams by automating workflows and providing insightful analytics.

Organisations looking to make the leap into Generative AI with Copilot for M365 are now aware it is not a cheap add-on, so will need to consider alternatives. A new GenAI release from AI startup Writer promises to accelerate enterprise workflows by analysing images.

Nasuni, a hybrid cloud storage solution, has announced data intelligence capabilities to help enterprises manage, assess, and prepare their unstructured data environment for artificial intelligence (AI). With Nasuni IQ, businesses can quickly monitor usage patterns, make proactive data management decisions, and better enable the delivery of intelligent insights.

Ontotext has launched a new version of the Ontotext Metadata Studio (OMDS). It now enables you to tag your content with CEEL – a- text analytics service performing Common English Entity Linking. 

Radiant Logic has announced a new release of the RadiantOne Identity Data Platform, featuring analysis and visualization capabilities designed to make it easier to connect, manage and secure identity data.

Intelligent document processing vendor Rossum has announced a new AI engine, Aurora, designed to focus on transactional documents, such as invoices, packing lists, or sales orders.

The Secured Signing digital signature solution has been updated with a new version featuring a range of enhancements designed to make the signing process smoother and more efficient. These updates benefit users of the We Sign, Form Filler templates, and Remote Online Notarization (RON) platforms.

Tungsten Automation, formerly Kofax, has unveiled TotalAgility 8 offering new AI enhancements to improve back-office efficiency and human-machine collaboration.

Adobe has announced AI Assistant in beta, a new generative AI-powered conversational engine in Reader and Acrobat.

Deep Cognition Inc., has announced a “trainingless” intelligent document processing (IDP) solution it describes as groundbreaking.

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