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Databricks has announced the launch of LakehouseIQ, a generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool designed to democratize access to data insights. This move is part of the company's strategy to put generative AI at the center of its data lakehouse.
LakehouseIQ is a generative AI 'knowledge engine' that enables anyone within an organization to search, understand, and query internal corporate data using plain English, eliminating the need for programming or data querying skills. This new tool leverages elements like schemas, documents, queries, popularity, and lineage to understand a business’s unique language and provide accurate responses to users' queries. In addition, it generates further insights based on the user's questions.
LakehouseIQ integrates fully with Unity Catalog, Databricks’ flagship solution for unified search and governance. This ensures compliance with internal security rules and data governance. The tool is designed to alleviate the pressure on time-strapped engineers and facilitate data management, empowering employees to leverage AI technology without risking the company's proprietary information.
These additions include vector embedding search, a curated collection of open-source models available in the marketplace, LLM-optimized model serving, and MLflow 2.5 with features such as AI gateway and prompt tools. Databricks is also launching lakehouse monitoring for end-to-end visibility into the data pipelines that power AI efforts.
Databricks has launched LakehouseIQ, a generative AI tool designed to democratize data insights. It enables non-technical users to query internal corporate data in plain English.
The tool is fully integrated with Unity Catalog, ensuring compliance with internal security and governance rules.
Databricks is also enhancing its Lakehouse AI with new features to support the entire AI lifecycle, from data collection to model development and monitoring.
These innovations aim to make the lakehouse an optimal platform for building, managing, and securing generative AI models. Source