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Infosys expands its Google Cloud partnership and will train 20,000 people on GenAI.

Infosys expands its Google Cloud partnership and will train 20,000 people on GenAI.

With the expansion of its partnership with Google Cloud, Infosys aims to help businesses use AI to create better experiences and use the technology in their daily operations. The Indian tech firm will train 20,000 people in Google Workspace on how to use Google Cloud’s next-generation AI solutions, such as Vertex AI and Duet AI.

The training, according to the company, will ensure that organisations have the skilled people and tools they need to successfully create, implement, and oversee any generative AI project. In addition, Infosys will establish Generative AI Labs around the world to develop AI solutions and tools for various industries.

In addition, the company is utilising its existing tools and solutions, known as Infosys Cobalt and Topaz. Infosys Live Enterprise Application, Infosys Customer Intelligence Platform, Infosys Data Streams, and Infosys Supply Chain AI Platform are among the products being improved.

The Infosys-Google Cloud partnership is based on Infosys’ previous experience with data, analytics, and AI on Google Cloud. In addition, Infosys has been working with Google Cloud to develop a set of powerful AI tools and industry-specific solutions for a variety of business situations. AI for consumers, self-operating supply chains, smart marketing, preventing financial crimes, and improving customer service are examples of these.

In a media statement, Infosys stated that they have been working with Google Cloud for some time, assisting customers with change through data analytics and AI. Furthermore, Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud, stated that generative AI is causing significant changes in how businesses operate. Furthermore, with the expanded collaboration with Infosys, they hope to provide their shared customers with the resources and expertise they need to effectively use generative AI and generate tangible benefits for their businesses.

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