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Building on their existing partnership, Capgemini has co-created an Azure Intelligent App Factory, in collaboration with Microsoft, for organisations to scale responsible and sustainable generative AI capabilities. Some of the use cases the duo has identified include creating content and design as well as analysing network traffic patterns for improved cybersecurity.
This new solution will see the two companies combine their technology, including the Microsoft Cloud, GPT4-powered Azure OpenAI Service an Github Copilot. The Azure Intelligent App Factory aims to accelerate AI investments by controlling the security and focusing on handling of and access to data.
Aiman Ezzat, the CEO of Capgemini, said “Both Microsoft and Capgemini are guided by strong ethical principles, which are the cornerstone of the new Azure Intelligent App Factory. By combining the Group’s global expertise in engineering and R&D services, data, and AI, with Microsoft’s market leading technology, we are committed to enabling clients to successfully implement AI solutions.”
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The Azure Intelligent App Factory is strategically centred on promoting the implementation of generative AI, enabled by Azure OpenAI Service. This initiative spans across various industries, including consumer products, life sciences, financial services, manufacturing, and telecommunications.
The suite boasts an extensive array of enterprise-ready use cases designed to demonstrate the business value of generative AI. By fine tuning language models with proprietary company data and industry-specific information, it can deliver dependable and scalable outputs, empowering firms to develop solutions specific to their distinct business requirements.
Notably, Capgemini is not the first enterprise level organisation to partner with Microsoft since generative AI has become the buzzword for the tech town. Leading firms Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HCLTech, Accenture and Moody’s have recently strengthened their ties with the company behind Bing, Microsoft.Fascinatingly, another leading Indian IT giant Infosys, along with a few other parties including Elon Musk, AWS and others donated $1 billion to OpenAI. Two months ago the company announced Topaz — an AI-first set of services, solutions and platforms using generative AI with 12,000 use cases.