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Forget the Models, Your Data is the Secret Sauce for Generative AI

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Generative AI holds immense potential for businesses, but its success depends on the quality of your data. High-quality, strategically managed data is essential for building trustworthy, unique, and competitive AI applications. This article explores how AI leverages your data through embeddings, outlines best practices for data management, and emphasizes the importance of responsible AI development. By prioritizing data quality and effective management, you'll position your business to reap the full benefits of Generative AI and drive innovation.

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2024-02-21

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SQL Window Functions Series: LAG() and LEAD()

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Dive deep into the powerful SQL window functions, LAG() and LEAD(). Explore their intricacies, discover real-world examples, and avoid common pitfalls.

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2023-12-11

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Different Ways to Populate the List of Tables

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This article shows how you can query different types of tables, based on certain criteria that may be important to you. A good list of basics for any database administrator that will help you find tables in your database.

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2023-10-06

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The SELECT Statement in Oracle

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The SELECT statement is used to retrieve information from a database. Following the execution of a SELECT statement, a tabular result is held in a result table (called a result set). It allows you to select the table columns depending on a set of criteria. In this article, I will introduce the basic SELECT statement fetching data from just one table.

2023-06-21

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How to Automate Cross-Platform Database Development

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In order to focus on their primary task of developing databases, the development team need to automate as many as possible of the routine tasks that are essential for database delivery, such as testing, scripting, version control, documentation, code review, reporting and so on. This article gives some advice on how to do it, faced with the added challenge of needing to use several different relational databases.

2023-04-28

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Inserting Transaction Marks

When is a transaction mark first inserted into the msdb.dbo.logmarkhistory table?

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