IBM has announced the launch of its GenAI Innovation Centre in Kochi to facilitate enterprises, start-ups and partners to explore, experience and build generative AI technology.

As organisations transition from AI experimentation to deployment, they often find AI projects too complex or difficult to integrate due to limited skills or expertise. To address this challenge, the GenAI Innovation Centre will provide organisations with access to IBM experts and technologies designed to help them build, scale and accelerate the adoption of enterprise-grade AI, a press release issued here said.

The centre is built on InstructLab, a new technology jointly developed by IBM and Red Hat for enhancing Large Language Models (LLMs) with a client’s own data and will also take advantage of IBM’s watsonx AI.

The GenAI Innovation Centre will be a part of the IBM India Software Lab in Kochi and will be managed by IBM’s technical experts.

With access to the latest gen AI technology, LLMs, case studies and IBM experts, the centre will nurture a community focused on harnessing the power of generative AI to address societal and business challenges ranging from sustainability, public infrastructure, healthcare education, inclusion and more.

“AI is at the core of IBM’s growth strategy. We are strongly committed to building and collaborating with different ecosystems for AI. The GenAI Innovation Centre furthers IBM’s commitment to nurturing India’s AI community and catalysing innovation through co-creation and collaboration with an aim to serve the country’s best interests of growing AI skilled talent, boosting organisation productivity and improving citizen services,” said Dinesh Nirmal, Senior Vice President, Products, IBM Software.

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