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AI-powered ‘Digital Human’ chatbot developer UNITH (ASX:UNT) has announced its in-house tech can now harmonise with that used by Facebook (Meta) and Amazon.

A number of other major platforms can also now handle UNITH’s in-house software, and vice versa.

Further, the company has also created the possibility for customers or partners to bring their own AI – Large Language Models (LLMs) – ‘inside’ UNITH’s system, for the company’s digital humans to then use.

For the uninitiated, UNITH is seeking to sell its AI ‘chatbots’ on a B2B basis – but in the quickly emerging field of AI-powered-everything, it’s no wonder the company would like to be able to integrate itself with megacap tech companies.

“UNITH is continuing to improve its Digital Humans by plugging them into major software platforms within the technology stack. This is widening access to a greater number of people around the globe,” company CEO Idan Schmorak said.

“The improvement of our Digital Humans across multiple key features, including the speed of response, giving users more capabilities to create their own bespoke Digital Humans … [which] will help drive sales efforts.”

“UNITH is now in a strong position as it enters a new phase of growth with the commercialisation of the Digital Human platform.”

Meanwhile, company CFO Melanie Mouldenhauer is stepping down from the role – but will hang around until 30 June to manage handover. Finance will be taken on in-house for now by Director Scott Mison, a chartered accountant.

UNT last traded at 1.3cps.

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