Databricks unveils AI platform at first Data Intelligence Day in PH – Backend News

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Databricks, a provider of unified data analytics, introduced DBRX, a pioneering platform poised to democratize enterprise artificial intelligence (AI). DBRX, built entirely on Databricks, allows enterprises to craft custom, high-performing Large Language Models (LLMs), liberating them from reliance on closed models.

“At Databricks, our vision has always been to democratize data and AI,” said Ali Ghodsi, co-founder and CEO at Databricks. “We are doing that by delivering data intelligence to every enterprise — helping them understand and use their private data to build their own AI systems. DBRX is the result of that aim.”

Ghodsi emphasized three key reasons enterprises should consider DBRX. Firstly, it surpassed open-source models on state-of-the-art industry benchmarks at launch. Secondly, it outperforms GPT-3.5 on most benchmarks, signaling a paradigm shift as organizations transition from proprietary to open-source models. And thirdly, DBRX’s utilization of a mixture-of-experts architecture renders it exceptionally fast in terms of tokens per second, while remaining cost-effective to serve, thus setting a new standard for open-source LLMs.

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The Data Intelligence Day in Manila, part of a global tour spanning over 30 cities, showcased the accelerating adoption of enterprise AI in the Philippines. With data-driven companies like Aboitiz Data Innovation, Databricks, Maya, and PLDT participating in the event, the occasion provided as a ground for local data and AI practitioners to convene and exchange insights.

“The Philippines is one of our key markets in the ASEAN region, and we’re thrilled to witness enterprise AI adoption gaining traction across various sectors,” said Cecily Ng, VP and GM for Databricks in ASEAN. “We aim to empower more Filipino customers to leverage AI securely, utilizing their own data, on our Data Intelligence Platform,” 

Data-forward companies are leveraging the Databricks Data Intelligence Platform to optimize business operations, foster innovation through predictive analytics and AI applications, and bolster decision-making. Built on a lakehouse architecture, the platform offers an open, unified foundation for all data and governance, empowered by a data intelligence engine tailored to the idiosyncrasies of each enterprise’s data.

Globally, Databricks reported over $1.6 billion in revenue for the fiscal year ending Jan. 31, reflecting over 50% year-on-year growth, propelled by relentless product innovation.

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