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– Enhancing Enterprise AI Adoption: Oracle Integrates Generative AI Throughout Technology Stack

/PRNewswire/ — Oracle CloudWorld Tour — Oracle today announced the general availability…

OCI Generative AI service now available with a selection of models from Cohere and Meta in the cloud and on-premises

Oracle has unveiled the general availability of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Generative AI service, offering enterprises the opportunity to leverage cutting-edge generative AI advancements more easily. The OCI Generative AI service, a fully managed offering, seamlessly integrates large language models (LLMs) from Cohere and Meta Llama 2 to cater to various business use cases. Noteworthy enhancements to the OCI Generative AI service include multilingual support for over 100 languages, an improved GPU cluster management experience, and customizable fine-tuning options. Customers can access the OCI Generative AI service both in the Oracle Cloud and on-premises through OCI Dedicated Region.

Greg Pavlik, senior vice president of AI and Data Management at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, emphasized the company’s commitment to integrating generative AI into its technology stack to facilitate practical business solutions. By providing a suite of pre-built generative AI services and features, Oracle aims to empower customers to address business challenges more efficiently and intelligently.

Facilitating customization of generative AI models

In a bid to assist customers in tackling text generation, summarization, and semantic similarity tasks, Oracle will offer the latest models from Cohere and Meta Llama 2 as a managed service accessible via API calls. Moreover, customers will have the ability to seamlessly embed generative AI into their technology stack with robust data security and governance measures in place.

Through the utilization of retrieval augmented generation (RAG) techniques, customers can further enhance these models using their proprietary data, ensuring a deeper understanding of their internal operations. The beta version of the OCI Generative AI Agents service, featuring a RAG agent, combines the capabilities of LLMs and enterprise search powered by OCI OpenSearch. This integration enables users to interact with diverse enterprise data sources using natural language, eliminating the need for specialized expertise. The information retrieved is up-to-date, even with dynamic data repositories, and is presented with references to the original data sources.

The initial beta release supports OCI OpenSearch, with future releases set to encompass a broader array of data search and aggregation tools. Oracle also plans to provide access to Oracle Database 23c with AI Vector Search and MySQL HeatWave with Vector Store. Additionally, prebuilt agent-actions will be extended across Oracle’s suite of SaaS applications, including Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite, Oracle NetSuite, and industry-specific applications like Oracle Health.

Ritu Jyoti, group vice president of Worldwide Artificial Intelligence and Automation Research Practice and Global AI Research Lead at IDC, commended Oracle for bringing generative AI directly to customer workloads and data, streamlining the deployment process within existing business operations.

Integration of generative AI throughout the Oracle ecosystem

Oracle’s integration of generative AI across its cloud application portfolio, spanning ERP, HCM, SCM, and CX, empowers customers to leverage the latest innovations seamlessly within their established business workflows. Furthermore, Oracle is incorporating generative AI capabilities into its database portfolio to enable customers to develop AI-powered applications independently. With Autonomous Database Select AI, customers can expedite application development or devise new business solutions by merging private enterprise data with the creative potential of generative AI.

To facilitate the building, training, deployment, and management of LLMs utilizing open source libraries such as Hugging Face’s Transformers or PyTorch, Oracle is expanding the functionalities of OCI Data Science. The upcoming OCI Data Science AI Quick Actions feature, slated for beta release next month, will provide no-code access to a variety of open-source LLMs, including offerings from Meta and Mistral AI.

Additional Information

About Oracle Oracle delivers integrated suites of applications alongside secure, autonomous infrastructure through the Oracle Cloud. For further details about Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), please visit oracle.com.

About Oracle CloudWorld Tour Oracle CloudWorld Tour serves as Oracle’s global platform for engaging with customers and partners. Participants can gain insights to address key business challenges, enhance their skills and knowledge, and explore Oracle’s cloud infrastructure, database, and applications firsthand. For live keynotes, session specifics, news updates, and more, visit oracle.com/cloudworld-tour or oracle.com/news.

Trademarks Oracle, Java, MySQL, and NetSuite are registered trademarks of Oracle Corporation. Notably, NetSuite holds the distinction of being the first cloud company to pioneer the era of cloud computing.

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