G42 and OpenAI to deploy advanced AI capabilities for the UAE and broader region

G42, the leading UAE-based technology holding group, has announced a partnership with OpenAI, the AI research and deployment company behind ChatGPT, to deliver cutting-edge AI solutions to the UAE and regional markets.

This partnership will focus on leveraging OpenAI’s generative AI models in domains where G42 already has deep expertise including financial services, energy, healthcare and public services. OpenAI will work with G42 to accelerate the solution development process, ensuring that organisations can best leverage the power of generative AI in their specific use cases.

Through solutions built by G42, organisations in the UAE and the region will be able to simplify the process of integrating these advanced AI capabilities into their existing enterprise landscapes, unlocking the potential of OpenAI’s models.

To drive this expansion across the entire region, significant AI-ready infrastructure is imperative. G42 will prioritise its substantial AI infrastructure capacity to support OpenAI’s local and regional inferencing on Microsoft Azure data centres.

Commenting on the partnership, Peng Xiao, Group CEO, said: “At the core of our mission lies the pursuit of AI as a transformative force for good, fuelling innovation and progress. Our partnership with OpenAI transcends technological synergy; it’s a convergence of value and vision. We are excited to join OpenAI on the journey to shape a future where AI benefits all of humanity.”

Sam Altman, Co-Founder and CEO of OpenAI, stated: “Our partnership with G42 is a significant commitment to further harnessing AI’s transformative power. Leveraging G42’s industry expertise, we aim to empower businesses and communities with effective solutions that resonate with the nuances of the region. This collaboration lays the foundation for equitable advancements in generative AI across the globe.”

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