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“Wipro’s Two-Year Journey in Developing Generative AI: Revolutionizing the Future of Technology”

Wipro invests in Generative AI for healthcare sector

Indian multinational corporation, Wipro, has announced that it has been working on Generative AI for over two years. The company has been investing in its Generative AI research program with the University of South Carolina and IIT Patna to build language models for the health sector.

The solution aims to provide patients with better and faster access to healthcare, create personalised care plans for healthcare members, and accelerate medical research. Wipro’s GenAI Framework provides enterprise guardrails and Responsible AI controls to enable safe and secure GenAI applications for customers.

Chairman of Wipro, Rishad A Premji, wrote in a letter to stakeholders that FY23 was a pivotal year for technology, with AI taking a quantum leap. While AI-powered products have been around for some time, OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Dall-E brought discussions about the use of generative AI into the public domain.

Wipro’s Generative AI Center of Excellence has conducted research with leading academic institutions, built accelerators and solutions, frameworks like WeGA (Wipro Enterprise Generative AI), developed competency through the Wipro AI Academy, and executed key pilot programs for clients.

Other technology companies in India, including TCS, Tech Mahindra, and HCLTech, have also been investing in Generative AI.

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Wipro invests in Generative AI for healthcare sector

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Indian multinational corporation, Wipro, has announced that it has been working on Generative AI for over two years. The company has been investing in its Generative AI research program with the University of South Carolina and IIT Patna to build language models for the health sector.

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The solution aims to provide patients with better and faster access to healthcare, create personalised care plans for healthcare members, and accelerate medical research. Wipro’s GenAI Framework provides enterprise guardrails and Responsible AI controls to enable safe and secure GenAI applications for customers.

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Chairman of Wipro, Rishad A Premji, wrote in a letter to stakeholders that FY23 was a pivotal year for technology, with AI taking a quantum leap. While AI-powered products have been around for some time, OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Dall-E brought discussions about the use of generative AI into the public domain.

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Wipro’s Generative AI Center of Excellence has conducted research with leading academic institutions, built accelerators and solutions, frameworks like WeGA (Wipro Enterprise Generative AI), developed competency through the Wipro AI Academy, and executed key pilot programs for clients.

Bullet points:
– Wipro has been working on Generative AI for over two years
– The company has been investing in its Generative AI research program with the University of South Carolina and IIT Patna to build language models for the health sector
– The solution aims to provide patients with better and faster access to healthcare, create personalised care plans for healthcare members, and accelerate medical research
– Wipro’s GenAI Framework provides enterprise guardrails and Responsible AI controls to enable safe and secure GenAI applications for customers
– Chairman of Wipro, Rishad A Premji, wrote in a letter to stakeholders that FY23 was a pivotal year for technology, with AI taking a quantum leap
– Wipro’s Generative AI Center of Excellence has conducted research with leading academic institutions, built accelerators and solutions, frameworks like WeGA (Wipro Enterprise Generative AI), developed competency through the Wipro AI Academy, and executed key pilot programs for clients
– Other technology companies in India, including TCS, Tech Mahindra, and HCLTech, have also been investing in Generative AI.

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