May 15, 2024

Privacy and Security Considerations for RAG with Graphlit's Kirk Marple

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In this episode, Kirk Marple, CEO and Co-founder of Graphlit, joins the show. Sean and Kirk dive into the world of unstructured data management, discussing the evolution and current challenges in the field.

While structured data has been well-handled since the 1970s, 80-90% of the world’s data remains unstructured, with predictions of 175 billion terabytes by 2025. Despite this vast amount, companies struggle to utilize it effectively due to immature tools and processes. Graphlit was founded to address this gap, providing scalable, maintainable systems with enhanced observability to handle unstructured data efficiently.

Kirk discusses the challenges in data security and privacy when building RAG-based applications. He discusses some of their exploration into PII scrubbing and also controlled access to the vector embeddings based on the roles of a user.

Finally, looking forward, Kirk shares insights into the future of Graphlit and their continued focus on enhancing the accessibility and utility of unstructured data for businesses across various industries.

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