New Delhi – AI transition has become a top priority as a result of technological advancements, and N. Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (TCS), predicted that machine learning and AI would have a significant impact.
According to a comment he made that was included in the business’ most recent annual report, “a shift from predictive AI to generative AI is already under way.”
“Businesses are still adopting predictive AI and are on the journey of capturing data, harnessing the power of cloud and IoT,” the speaker stated.
“Leveraging generative AI would further require technology innovation and investments,” he continued.
He said that the business was making large investments in constructing AI capabilities, including AI-powered platforms and solutions. He added that the business would make investments in future-relevant research fields.
A fully indigenous software-defined 4G/5G network stack has been designed and orchestrated by TCS during the past three years, according to him.
‘5G technology will open up new prospects for digital transformation across businesses, together with IoT, edge, and AI. Together with our international academic partners and the start-up ecosystem, TCS will make investments in future-relevant research fields.