Kyndryl enhances alliance with Google Cloud for Generative AI development

Kyndryl has announced a new phase in its partnership with Google Cloud, aimed at advancing the development and adoption of generative AI technologies among businesses.

The enhanced partnership will leverage Kyndryl’s expertise in managed services alongside Google Cloud’s artificial intelligence technologies, including the Gemini Large Language Model, to create generative AI solutions that meet specific business needs.

Key initiatives include:

  • Advisory and implementation services to assist businesses in identifying and applying generative AI use cases and data infrastructure aligned with their goals.
  • Use of the Google Cloud Cortex Framework to extract more value from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) data, aiming to boost productivity, spur innovation, and offer better business insights.
  • Deployment of Kyndryl’s LLM Operations Framework for Google Cloud customers, offering solutions to common generative AI challenges in a responsible and cost-effective way.
  • Expansion of AI and data analytics training for Kyndryl practitioners through Google Cloud Academy, with a focus on generative AI technologies like Duet AI for Developers.

This collaboration builds on their joint efforts since 2021, which have focused on utilizing Google Cloud’s AI capabilities to drive digital transformation across various industries.

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