Accenture's New Generative AI Studio in India Boosts Data, AI Adoption
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Accenture's New Generative AI Studio in India Boosts Data, AI Adoption

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AccAccenture unveiled a Generative AI Studio in India, aiming to expedite the uptake of data and artificial intelligence (AI). As a component of Accenture's $3 billion commitment to data and AI, the studio will facilitate collaborative solution development between the company's team and clients, centered around a contemporary data and AI infrastructure, LLM architecture, ecosystem partnerships, talent acquisition, and responsible AI frameworks. Clients recognize the substantial potential that generative AI holds in optimizing and revitalizing their businesses, creating fresh opportunities for expansion.

"According to Senthil Ramani, Global Lead for Data & AI at Accenture, companies aiming to maximize the benefits of their AI investments must prioritize value across all business capabilities they aim to transform using generative AI. The Bengaluru studio is designed to assist global clients in strategically prioritizing capabilities across their entire value chain".

Mahesh Zurale, Global Lead for Advanced Technology Centers Global Network at Accenture, highlighted that clients spanning 19 industries now have the opportunity to explore, experiment with, adopt, and scale generative AI solutions. This endeavor aims to transform functions and business models to achieve elevated levels of performance. The studio will leverage Accenture's strategic investments in the Center for Advanced AI and utilize the company's extensive AI patent portfolio, comprising over 1,450 pending and issued patents, along with insights from more than 300 active generative AI projects.