Artificial Intelligence


Sirus is a cutting-edge Information Management Platform, delivering Intelligent Search and unlocking the true potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI), knowledge bases, and taxonomies. Our platform is designed to revolutionize the way you manage and utilize information, making it easier, faster, and more efficient than ever before.

We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of AI for Information Management, and are pleased to provide our IM platform as a gateway to help organisations scale other AI initiatives.

Recent advances in artificial intelligence, such as Large Language Models (LLMs), have delivered a step-change in capabilities that will profoundly impact the way people search for information.

Flare’s Information Management framework is ideally positioned to harness the potential of LLMs for tasks at which they excel, whilst delivering the robust search, classification and content tracking required for effective Information Management.

Flare’s Sirus platform has been designed with AI at its core. Our decades of experience in delivering AI-powered information management solutions has provided many insights into the advantages and limitations of the technology, including:

  • Without a supporting taxonomy, AI/LLMs can struggle to understand context
  • AI/LLMs alone do not deliver a framework for governance and tracking compliance
  • Effective search is required to ensure AI initiatives ingest all relevant and trusted content
  • Digital Transformation is about more than just language processing

What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

Artificial Intelligence refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think, learn, and perform tasks like problem-solving, understanding natural language, and recognizing patterns. In our platform, AI plays a crucial role in automating tasks, gaining insights from data, and enhancing user experiences.

The Elements of Artificial Intelligence in Information Management:

  1. Natural Language Processing (NLP): Our platform leverages NLP to enable users to interact with data in a human-like manner. By understanding and interpreting human language, NLP allows for seamless information search, disambiguation, and sentiment analysis.
  2. Machine Learning (ML): Through ML algorithms, our Information Management Platform learns from your historical information, identifies salient in-document content, and analyses the most important information from your files and reports. This capability empowers our system to recognise each file, document or record in your information repository and automatically assign descriptive metadata.
  3. Knowledge Graphs: Our platform utilizes Knowledge Graphs to represent data in a structured manner, connecting relevant information through semantic relationships. This facilitates advanced searches at lightning speeds, helps discover hidden connections, and enables better decision-making based on a holistic understanding of your data.
  4. Recommendation Engines: By employing an AI-driven recommendations engine, our platform suggests relevant content and resources to users, fostering a personalized and intuitive user experience. This also promotes a broader contextual understanding for your experts, leading to many more of those special insights and ‘a-ha’ moments.
  5. Generative AI and Extractive AI: With so much focus on LLMs for generative AI, it is also worth noting that we continue to research the benefits of extractive AI for our clients.
The Elements of Artificial Intelligence in Information Management
Implementing a knowledge-led approach coupled with Artificial Intelligence

Implementing a knowledge-led approach coupled with Artificial Intelligence

Understanding the context of your company’s information can transform the way you manage and utilize your corporate information assets. Combine this knowledge-led approach with Artificial Intelligence, and the benefits can be a game-changer. For example:

  1. Improved Search: Taxonomies deliver an improved search experience ensuring that when a question is asked, the answer is provided in context of your business. No more poor search results due to ambiguous keywords or unknown acronyms.
  2. Improved Accuracy: Taxonomies provide a way to categorize and organize data in a structured way, which can help traditional AI algorithms to work more accurately. By applying taxonomies to data, businesses can help AI systems to better understand the context of the data, leading to more accurate results and insights.
  3. Faster Processing: Taxonomies can help AI algorithms to process large amounts of data more quickly by narrowing down the scope of the data that needs to be analyzed. By using taxonomies to categorize data, businesses can help AI systems to focus on the most relevant information, reducing processing time and improving efficiency.
  4. More Relevant Results: By using taxonomies to categorize data, businesses can help AI systems to deliver more relevant results. This is because taxonomies provide a way to group related data together, which can help AI systems to better understand the relationships between different pieces of data.
  5. Improved Decision-Making: By using taxonomies to categorize data and AI to analyze it, businesses can gain valuable insights that can inform decision-making. This can lead to better business outcomes and a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
  6. Increased Consistency: Taxonomies provide a consistent way to categorize data, which can help to ensure that AI algorithms are working with accurate and consistent data. This can improve the reliability of AI systems and reduce the risk of errors or inconsistencies in the results.
  7. Increased Trust: The IM framework provides an opportunity to improve the level of governance, and therefore trust, throughout the organisation.  Information of certain types can be excluded; information of a certain quality level or status can be included.  Only by being able to define rules and automatically deploy them can we move forward with a high level of confidence that the right information is being used within our AI applications.

Overall, coupling  AI with a taxonomic approach can help businesses to better organize and analyze their data, leading to more accurate insights, faster processing times, and better decision-making. Furthermore, a well-implemented taxonomy will ensure that the information used to train the AI complies with all the stringent governance rules and controls required when using AI in business.

The Power of Metadata Index in the Knowledge Graph:

In Sirus, the metadata index plays a pivotal role in describing content and organizing information within the Knowledge Graph. Metadata refers to the data about data, and it provides valuable context, insights, and attributes that enrich the content in the system.

  1. Describing Content: Metadata acts as a descriptor for various data elements, including documents, multimedia files, and other resources stored in the Knowledge Graph. It includes essential information such as title, author and creation date, plus more contextual elements, like report type, key themes and topics. This descriptive information enables users to quickly identify and understand the content without delving into the details, thus streamlining the search process.
  2. Enabling Efficient Search: By indexing the metadata, our platform significantly enhances search capabilities. Users can employ advanced search queries, filtering options, and sorting functionalities based on vastly enriched metadata attributes. This ensures that users can find precisely what they need, even in large and complex data repositories.
  3. Selecting the Right AI Tool for the Job: The status of the metadata within the Knowledge Graph serves as a critical factor in selecting the appropriate AI tool for specific tasks. Each AI element excels in various functions, and metadata helps determine the best fit for a particular requirement.
  4. Data Governance and Compliance: Metadata plays a crucial role in ensuring data governance and compliance within our platform. With proper metadata management, organizations can enforce data access controls, data retention policies, and data security measures. This is especially important in sensitive industries or organizations dealing with regulatory requirements.
Power of Artificial Intelligence


Incorporating metadata indexing within the Knowledge Graph empowers our Information Management Platform to provide an intelligent, organized, and efficient solution for your data management needs. With the right AI tools matched to the specific metadata attributes, you can harness the full potential of AI, knowledge bases, and taxonomies to unlock valuable insights and elevate your Information Management practices to new heights

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