Large Language Models like OpenAI’s ChatGPT have limitations in generating accurate and reliable text, making it challenging to incorporate chatbots into websites. However, Nvidia’s NeMo Guardrails toolkit offers a solution to these issues. By using the toolkit, developers can customize conversational apps to include/exclude specific domain knowledge, ensuring security, reliability, and honesty in responses.
We are excited to announce the release of our OpenAI GPT-based Backstage plugin, designed to allow you to sample the OpenAI playground experience directly in your organization’s Backstage application. This two-part plugin has been developed with a focus on providing developers with a user-friendly experience for generating technical content. Our plugin includes the Frontend interface […]
The ISC West conference, being held now in Las Vegas, is an exciting opportunity for us to showcase the latest developments in technology that we at Enfuse have been working on. We were thrilled to be able to demonstrate our cutting-edge stack, which is a combination of Nvidia Omniverse Audio2Face, Nvidia Riva for speech recognition, […]
We recently released a video demoing 4 applications of GPT models (ChatGPT). Shopping Assistant Our first demo shows how ChatGPT can recommend items from a list based on a customer’s intent to purchase. This example, originally done in partnership with a neighborhood market, accepts a list of beers available near the checkout, and items purchased […]
Unless you live under a rock you have probably heard of OpenAI and GPT models. Likely, you have tried GPT out and seen some of the areas it shines and where it struggles. I want to describe three ways you can enhance your applications and workflows using GPT-3 models’ strengths. You can offer new functionality […]
At Enfuse, our top priority is ensuring that we deliver relevant, valuable, timely suggestions and solutions to our clients. When we begin a consulting engagement, one of our first goals is to get a clear understanding of the issues they (you!) are trying to solve. One of the tools in our toolbelt is the Discovery […]