Caylent launches MeteorAI to expedite the cycle of generative AI solutions
Cloud services company Caylent Inc. today announced the launch of MeteorAI by Caylent, a generative artificial intelligence framework that expedites the experimentation cycle of generative AI solutions to help organizations with the launch and implementation of new technologies.
Announced at the annual AWS re:Invent 2023 conference and built on Amazon Web Services Inc., MeteorAI allows users to create bespoke enterprise-internal and customer-facing generative AI solutions. Within the framework, models and prompts are custom-tuned for each company’s specific business needs.
MeteorAI allows users to create customized secure data integrations that continuously ingest, transform, process and act on data in real time to support individual employee inference operations and programmatic back-office integrations.
Caylent argues that its service differs from existing enterprise generative AI solutions that can require lengthy experimentation and optimization cycles. By contrast, MeteorAI expedites the time to business value with “battle-proven” prompt templates for popular use cases.
MeteorAI features include an extensible and modular backend, pre-configured monitoring, a library of pre-configured third-party data sources and integrations and deep integration with popular authentication and privacy solutions. In addition, a feedback and alignment mechanism helps customers continuously improve the underlying generations.
The service is deployed on an organization’s own AWS account and requires no monthly subscription fees.
“By integrating the strengths of AWS into our innovative approach to AI, Caylent offers organizations the ability to transition from conception to completion at an unprecedented pace,” said Valerie Henderson, president and chief revenue officer at Caylent. “MeteorAI supports numerous use cases, including the development of AI assistants, enterprise knowledge bases, forecasting, recommendation engines, anomaly detection, pattern recognition and data generation, among many others.”
Although only officially launching today, some Caylent customers have already started using the service, including autonomous building technology company BrainBox AI Inc., who have used MeteorAI to accelerate its generative AI initiatives.
“Our new solution empowers both internal and external users to easily ask questions of our vast data landscape, where it returns answers in an easy-to-read dashboard so that data-driven technical and business decisions can be made with a few keystrokes,” said Jean-Simon Venne, chief technology officer and co-founder of BrainBox. “With the ability to make recommendations and take action, MeteorAI is the clear framework to accelerate time to market and bring value to our customers.”
Caylent is a venture capital-backed startup, having raised at least $16 million in funding, according to Tracxn. Investors in the company include Gryphon Investors LLC, East Los Capital LP and Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator Inc.
Henderson, along with Stephen Garden, executive chairman of Caylent, spoke with theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media Inc.’s live streaming studio, in July 2022, when they spoke about how Caylent uses a “do-with” approach when building new data products using AWS.
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