Mr. Turing creates LLM for the corporate sector

Artificial intelligence facilitates access to information and learning

The Brazilian company Mr. Turing is revolutionizing the way companies manage their various areas handling all information in one place. The magic is performed by Alan, an artificial intelligence assistant designed to process, interpret and analyze all of a company’s knowledge from internal data, all in an effective and unprecedented way.

The assistant and Mr. Turing are named after the pioneering mathematician and scientist Alan Turing, who laid the foundations of modern computing and artificial intelligence by deciphering Germany’s Enigma Code during World War II.

Marcelo Noronha, the Brazilian co-founder and CEO of Mr. Turing, explains that the Alan assistant is a technology with the ability to integrate into all business platforms and process years of scattered and disconnected market experience.

“The great advantage of our AI tool is that it can make connections from where it starts, with meetings intersecting with information distributed throughout the company such as contracts, projects, people, and anything that can be correlated, thus creating great internal intelligence. This reduces onboarding costs and the impact of losing someone, not to mention support for quick decisions. Furthermore, security is guaranteed: all generated knowledge is stored in a single environment per company thanks to data protection technologies,” he says.

Noronha also points out that the assistant is completely secure. “We have implemented a series of measures to protect confidential information. This includes encryption, regular security audits, access controls and user authentication. We are always up to date with the evolution of data privacy regulations and attentive to continuously improve our security practices to protect our users’ data,” he explains, further noting that if the contracting company withdraws from the partnership, the entire knowledge base is deleted, preventing the information from being used later.

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*Source: Mr. Turing