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Sunday, May 28, 2023

More on IBM and AI Today

 We worked with IBM for years,  Saw the kind of methods they were pressing that connected their work with Watson and game playing, but never got the impression that that could provide the kind of general management of general corporate data management we were exploring  Seem to making those moves now. 

IBM Consulting recently revealed its Center of Excellence (CoE) for generative AI, aiming to advance artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and capitalize on the transformative potential of generative AI for business outcomes. Operating parallel with IBM Consulting’s global AI and Automation practice, the CoE encompasses an extensive network of over 21,000 skilled data and AI consultants who have completed over 40,000 enterprise client engagements.  In Venturebeat

The company stated that the Center of Excellence (CoE)’s primary objectives include enhancing customer experiences, transforming core business processes and facilitating innovative business models.

The Center of Excellence (CoE) will leverage IBM’s expertise in enterprise-grade AI, including the recently announced IBM watsonx and cutting-edge technology from IBM’s esteemed ecosystem of business partners, to actively expedite clients’ business transformations. It will also develop new solutions and assets with clients and partners.

“Our Center of Excellence for generative AI has over 1,000 consultants globally with generative AI expertise who are helping clients drive productivity in IT operations and core business processes like HR or marketing, elevate their customer experiences and create new business models,” Glenn Finch, global managing partner, data and technology transformation at IBM Consulting, told VentureBeat. “It stands alongside IBM Consulting’s existing data and AI practice and will focus on solving client challenges using the full generative AI technology stack, including foundation models and 50+ domain-specific classical machine learning accelerators.”  ... ' 

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