Nvidia Launches Two Key Initiatives to Boost AI in India

Nvidia, the world’s leading maker of hardware and software for artificial intelligence (AI), has announced two major collaborations with Indian conglomerates Reliance Industries and Tata Group to advance AI in the world’s second-most populous nation. AI collaborations with Reliance and Tata

Nvidia and Reliance Industries, India’s largest company by market cap, will jointly build a foundational large language model (LLM) – an AI algorithm that can generate natural language from data. The LLM will be trained on a variety of Indic languages spoken by India’s 1.4 billion people, and will enable Reliance to create AI solutions and services for its 450 million customers across various domains, such as e-commerce, education, healthcare, and entertainment.

The LLM will leverage Nvidia’s most advanced technology, such as the Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip and the Nvidia DGX Cloud, an AI supercomputing service in the cloud. The GH200 provides exceptional performance and massive memory bandwidth, while the DGX Cloud makes it easier for enterprises to access and deploy AI technology internally and externally.

Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, said that the collaboration with Nvidia will help India transform itself and the world by embracing AI on a massive scale. “As India advances from a country of data proliferation to creating technology infrastructure for widespread and accelerated growth, computing and technology super centres like the one we envisage with Nvidia will provide the catalytic growth just like Jio did to our nation’s digital march,” he said in a statement1.

Nvidia and Tata Group, the salt-to-software conglomerate that operates in more than 100 countries, will partner to build AI infrastructure and platforms for developing AI solutions. The partnership will involve Tata Group’s subsidiaries, such as Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Motors, and Tata Communications, and will aim to create AI infrastructure that is over an order of magnitude more powerful than the fastest supercomputer in India today.

Nvidia’s founder and CEO Jensen Huang said that India needs to accelerate its infrastructure building to harness the potential of AI for its social, economic, and environmental challenges. “We would like to do it almost immediately, the best we (Nvidia) can do is probably create supercomputers that are an order of magnitude 100 times faster than the fastest supercomputer in all of India today. By the end of next year, (India) will have very large computers,” he said2.

The AI infrastructure will be based on Nvidia’s technology, such as the Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip and the Nvidia DGX Cloud. The AI infrastructure will enable Tata Group and other Indian organizations, businesses, and researchers to develop and deploy AI solutions and applications for various sectors, such as manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, and education.

N Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons, said that the partnership with Nvidia will help India become a global AI powerhouse. “We are delighted to partner with Nvidia to build AI infrastructure that will enable India to leapfrog in AI adoption and innovation. This will help us create solutions that are relevant for India and the world, and empower our customers and stakeholders to benefit from the power of AI,” he said in a statement. Nvidia and Tata Group, the salt-to-software conglomerate that operates in more than 100 countries, will partner to build AI infrastructure and platforms for developing AI solutions.

The partnership will involve Tata Group’s subsidiaries, such as Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Motors, and Tata Communications, and will aim to create AI infrastructure that is over an order of magnitude more powerful than the fastest supercomputer in India today. Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, said that the collaboration with Nvidia will help India transform itself and the world by embracing AI on a massive scale.

“As India advances from a country of data proliferation to creating technology infrastructure for widespread and accelerated growth, computing and technology super centres like the one we envisage with Nvidia will provide the catalytic growth just like Jio did to our nation’s digital march,” he said in a statement1. AI collaborations with Reliance and Tata

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