S&P completes ‘operational integration’ of IHS Markit, ups focus on genAI, new regtech tool

With the IHS Markit merger now behind it, S&P Global is set to release RegGPT and other AI-enabled products.

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After piloting a new generative AI-powered search interface, ChatIQ, in December to a handful of customers, S&P Global is planning a large swath of similarly AI-led new products and enhancements to existing products, president and CEO Doug Peterson told investors during the company’s quarterly earnings call on Thursday. 

Later this year, S&P expects to launch RegGPT, for which the company last year registered a trademark, which is still pending. The product includes downloadable computer software

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