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Capgemini Introduces New Portfolio of Generative AI Services

The Group announced that during a three-year period, it will invest 2 billion euros (INR 18 million) in AI.

A portfolio of generative AI services, ranging from strategy definition to the practical development and execution of generative AI at scale, is being introduced by the French IT consulting firm Capgemini. The Group announced that during a three-year period, it will invest 2 billion euros (INR 18 million) in AI.

Franck Greverie, Chief Portfolio Officer, Global Business Lines leader, and Group Executive Board Member at Capgemini, said, “Generative AI is already becoming a key pillar of digital transformation for businesses. We see a breadth of opportunities to unlock substantial business value for our clients, which go far beyond important productivity gains.”

The Paris-based company said in the blog that it had completed numerous generative AI projects in recent years, particularly in the life sciences, consumer goods and retail, and financial services industries. 

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According to the recent portfolio, CXOs will build the proper groundwork in terms of people, process, and technology by using a generative AI strategy that prioritizes the pertinent use cases for their company. Four generative AI assistants for a highly personalized customer experience are part of generative AI for customer experience.

Moreover, improved software engineering with generative AI will result in a longer, more secure software lifecycle. According to the portfolio, Custom generative AI for business is a platform that allows pre-trained open large foundation models (LFMs) to be customized to each customer’s needs using business proprietary data.

Microsoft and Google Cloud already have generative AI collaborations with The Capgemini Group. By incorporating AI training into every aspect of its training programme, the company will also train a significant portion of its staff in generative AI. 

The most recent statements were made on the same day that the company reported greater half-year revenue, driven by cloud, data, and AI operations. The Group is currently working with Heathrow Airport to improve customer service by developing solutions using generative AI.

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Sahil Pawar
Sahil Pawar
I am a graduate with a bachelor's degree in statistics, mathematics, and physics. I have been working as a content writer for almost 3 years and have written for a plethora of domains. Besides, I have a vested interest in fashion and music.

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