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Kyndryl and Microsoft team up on new generative AI project

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

Kyndryl, a New York-based technology infrastructure company announced the launch of enterprise grade AI capabilities together with Microsoft. Together, the two companies plan to design and deploy generative AI using Azure OpenAI Service, Microsoft Fabric, and Microsoft 365 Copilot. Additionally, Kyndryl plans to train thousands of workers on Microsoft AI through the Kyndryl University.

As part of the initiative, Kyndryl is offering Kyndryl Vital and Joint Innovation Centers to support custom use cases, end-to-end data services, and new AI architectural frameworks.

“Together with Kyndryl, we have a shared vision to responsibly enable our customers to jointly explore, design and deploy generative AI solutions across their enterprises, and to do it in a way that enables them to realize business value. As a leader in the delivery of generative AI and data platforms, we believe partners such as Kyndryl are critical to the successful use of emerging technologies for business,” stated Stephen Boyle, GM Global Partner Solutions, Microsoft.

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