TCS, Infosys, Wipro And Capgemini Collaborates With Google Cloud
Capgemini has recently announced that it has extended its partnership with Google Cloud to build a ‘center of excellence’ (CoE) for generative AI.
This move will expand the existing strategic data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) suite of the IT services company.
Capgemini’s CEO, Aiman Ezzat, has announced a new partnership aimed at enhancing their clients’ digital transformation journey through the development of AI capabilities.
The CEO announced that their company is offering industry-specific use cases and accelerators to aid clients in their digital and profitable growth journeys.
Capgemini is set to establish a Centre of Excellence for Generative AI. Google Cloud announces the establishment of a new Generative AI Centre of Excellence.
According to the CEO, the center will utilize the company’s expertise in business evolution, infrastructure, applications, data, AI, and engineering.
Capgemini has announced the establishment of a new Center of Excellence (CoE) aimed at developing enterprise-ready solutions to tackle industry-specific challenges and enhance business processes, according to a company release.
In addition, it has been announced that the initial one hundred use cases will concentrate on the financial services, insurance coverage, retail, and automotive industries.
Expansion of these use cases is planned for a later time. In a recent announcement, the company stated that this move is anticipated to create fresh revenue channels and enhance the overall efficiency of their business.
In recent months, major IT companies such as TCS, Infosys, and Wipro have extended their collaboration with Google Cloud to enhance their generative AI suite.
Additionally, Google has recently announced the introduction of two new artificial intelligence-based features for advertisers.
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The announcement was made on Wednesday. Google’s various services will soon have AI algorithms that can independently identify the most ideal ad placements for brands.
Google is now using AI technology to help brands achieve more accurate advertising goals, building on its previous introduction of AI tools for advertisers.