Nvidia (NVDA), the world’s biggest maker of artificial intelligence computers, is teaming up with Microsoft (MSFT), the most well-known brand in generative AI software. This year, NVDA and MSFT stocks have risen in response to AI news.
Nvidia announced a partnership with Microsoft on Tuesday to develop enterprise-ready generative AI. From basic descriptive terms, the technology may generate material like as written articles, photos, movies, and music. Generative AI may be used by businesses to enhance customer service, market research, and other applications.
To assist corporations with their AI projects, Nvidia announced it is integrating its Nvidia AI Enterprise software into Microsoft’s Azure Machine Learning platform. Microsoft Azure is their cloud computing platform. Furthermore, Microsoft has made significant investments in artificial intelligence, including a collaboration with OpenAI.
The Nvidia-Microsoft collaboration will enable Azure users to swiftly design, deploy, and manage bespoke apps by using Nvidia’s more than 100 AI frameworks and development tools.
“With the coming wave of generative AI applications, enterprises are seeking secure accelerated tools and services that drive innovation,” said Manuvir Das, vice president of corporate computing at Nvidia, in a press release.