WatersTechnologyThis week, there’s exciting news for data bean-counters in the form of a partnership between two vendors that could change the way we view and track data usage and audits.

These fortnightly editorial columns aren’t intended to break news; rather, they generally recap issues we’ve already written about, tying themes together and placing them in context with a little personal commentary. This time, however, is different. This time, I get to break some news, too. OK, so it may not be earth-shattering, but if, like many, you don’t like data audits, or if you’re concerned about tracking the data used by AI applications in large language models, read on.

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