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Nvidia and Kyndryl to Help Businesses Implement GenAI

Kyndryl has teamed up with Nvidia to provide technology and services to businesses that seek to implement solutions based on generative artificial intelligence.

Nvidia and Kyndryl to Help Businesses Implement GenAI

The mentioned information is contained in the joint press release of the specified companies, which was published last Monday, May 20. It is known that Kyndryl will use the Nvidia NeMo platform and Nvidia NIMinference microservices to solve several tasks, including automation of IT operations, customer support, real-time analytics, fraud, and loss prevention.

Hidayatullah Shaikh, vice president of software engineering at Kyndryl Bridge, says that as a result of combining the capabilities of this company and Nvidia software for the development of artificial intelligence, a unique opportunity has been formed to help customers who seek to integrate AI across their hybrid IT estates. Moreover, in this case, there are tools to solve the most difficult problems.

Kyndryl provides technology infrastructure services to consumers. The unit Kyndryl Bridge is a digital business platform with open integration based on artificial intelligence. This platform supports the development and implementation of AI in a business environment for customers who run full-stack Nvidia accelerated computing and software. The relevant information is contained in the press release.

Customers are also offered access to Kyndryl Consult. Within the framework of this offer, consumers can test, verify, and implement generative artificial intelligence solutions, deploy apps, and enhance the operational experience.

The press release also separately notes that by leveraging Nvidia NIM, the capabilities of generative artificial intelligence will be added to Kyndryl Bridge. This solution simplifies and accelerates the deployment of AI for network and app management.

John Fanelli, vice president of enterprise software at Nvidia, says that generative artificial intelligence can improve the productivity and insight of companies in different spheres of activity. Due to the corresponding potential of advanced technology, many organizations are interested in hiring experts who would help integrate AI apps into the business structure. John Fanelli says that Kyndryl’s experience in the area of implementing full-stack Nvidia artificial intelligence can help customers quickly establish and scale strategies in the AI industry.

Generative artificial intelligence can be described as something that is a promising technology. There are widespread expectations in the expert community that the mentioned type of AI will contribute to the development of apps that shrink labor needs and financial costs in all spheres of activity, including in the healthcare area.

The artificial intelligence industry is a space of opportunity and at the same time an object of increased interest from investors. Startups and tech giants are actively involved in the area of AI. Also noteworthy is the fact that there are many options for using generative artificial intelligence. AI has huge potential. Advanced technology may become the main driving force behind the progress of human civilization.

In January, Kyndryl announced the introduction of a generative artificial intelligence-based solution designed to automate and modernize business processes. The company’s Kyndryl Workforce Orchestration is aimed at streamlining essential operations, increasing efficiency, and improving the overall digital workplace experience for employees and customers.

Ivan Dopple, senior vice president of global digital workplace services practice at Kyndryl, in January, stated that the biggest impediment to improving the workplace experience is legacy business processes, which are complex and constrained due to components that do not integrate and do not function together.

As we have reported earlier, Nvidia Unveils Humanoid Robot Project.

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