Infosys collaborates with Microsoft to improve GenAI adoption

BusinessInfosys collaborates with Microsoft to improve GenAI adoption


On Tuesday, Infosys said that it is partnering with Microsoft to jointly deliver industry solutions that leverage Infosys Topaz, Azure OpenAI Service, and Azure Cognitive Services.

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Both companies are collaborating with each other to get their own capabilities of artificial intelligence – AI to improve enterprise roles with AI-enabled solutions across different industries.

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The purpose of integrated solutions is to improve the quick democratization of data and intelligence that will assist businesses in enhancing productivity and pushing new revenue growth.

Generative AI (GenAI) has come up with the latest areas of applications of artificial intelligence. Infosys said that it is delivering solutions in varied application areas like semantic search, document summarisation, contact centre transformation, AI-augmented software development lifecycle, and marketing content creation.

Through the partnership, Infosys Topaz is utilizing Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service and Azure Cognitive Services to enhance its abilities so that enterprise customers can move from digital to AI solutions.

On the lines of how the association will be productive for Infosys, the head of the company gave an official statement. “Infosys Topaz is empowering businesses with improved operational efficiencies and reduced time-to-market for launching new products and services. It converges the power of Infosys Cobalt and data analytics to AI-power business and deliver cognitive solutions and intuitive experiences that revitalise growth. Through our strategic collaboration with Microsoft, we will continue to lead the generative AI revolution, helping businesses amplify human potential and navigate their next steps towards becoming AI-first enterprises,” said Balakrishna DR, Global Head of AI and Automation, Application Development & Maintenance, Infosys.

Talking about how Infosys’s AI solutions can expand Microsoft’s services, an official of Microsoft gave an official statement. Nicole Dezen, Chief Partner Officer, Microsoft, said, “We are pleased to expand our collaboration with Infosys to deliver innovative solutions, utilising Azure OpenAI Service and Azure Cognitive Services, that will help customers develop new business models and realise new revenue streams. By harnessing the power of generative AI, Infosys will help customers accelerate growth and innovation.”

Recently, Infosys tied up with US-based Nvidia to assist businesses in improving their productivity levels through the usage of GenAI apps and solutions. This collaboration will combine the Nvidia AI Enterprise ecosystem into Infosys Topaz and will involve models, tools, runtimes, and GPU systems. 

It was also noted how Infosys announced that it will set up an Nvidia Center of Excellence which will be committed to training and certifying 50,000 of its employees in Nvidia AI technology. Hence, giving the expertise of GenAI to its network of users coming from different sectors.

Generative Artificial Intelligence is the trending buzzword in the world right now. Major tech giants want to capitalize on Artificial Intelligence’s capabilities and come up with the most cutting-edge technology-based products and services.

No wonder we are moving towards an era that will provide us with things in a span of seconds and work can be done smoothly using tools and methods adopted by Artificial Intelligence. Now it seems that these tools will create a change in the world where we live and work.

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