Digital engineering firm Persistent Systems has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to allow its engineers to code using generative artificial intelligence services.
What Happened? Persistent’s 16,000-strong engineering team will now use Amazon CodeWhisperer to build and deliver industry applications faster and more securely for enterprise clients.
Amazon CodeWhisperer is trained on billions of lines of code to generate code with comments or existing code, streamlining the development process and accelerating the creation of solutions.
Persistent said it has been working with transformer models and in the AI space for over two years, building its capabilities, accelerators, and client engagements. AWS provides a range of generative AI solutions, including CodeWhisperer, Bedrock, Titan FMs, and specialized chips for machine learning training and inference.
Persistent said it will work with AWS to focus on privacy, security, and regulatory requirements to address client concerns and accelerate the adoption of Generative AI.
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“With the adoption of CodeWhisperer by our engineering teams, we are witnessing valuable productivity gains across the software engineering lifecycle and expect these to improve significantly over time,” said Sandeep Kalra, CEO of Persistent.
Among a string of other partnerships and contracts in the recent past, IT services giant TCS has also partnered with Google Cloud to launch TCS Generative AI, which makes use of Google Cloud’s generative AI services to design and deploy custom-tailored business solutions. The Tata Group company‘s chairman said on Tuesday it was looking to invest heavily in AI to fuel future growth.
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