Steffan Ianigro was the guest speaker for the Central Victorian Ableton User Group meet up in October 2020 giving us some background on his work as a sound artist, a researcher and developer in interaction design. He walked us through the PLECTO Non-Linear LFO device that he has developed including some practical examples of its use in his own work
Plecto LFO is device that produces a variety of non-linear oscillations which can be mapped to any parameter in Ableton Live. A type of neural network is used to produce these oscillations and can maintain long-term variance in its output. So in short it is a device that produces unpredictable long term behaviours and can be mapped to any of the parameters in your Live set. It is compatible with both Windows and Mac and integrates with a web interface which can be used to find different configurations for the LFO and sync them with the device within Ableton. There is also a standalone Max object which is the brains behind the device as well as a public API which can be used to create your own integrations.
https://www.plectomusic.com/ for a download link and tutorial.