NVIDIA and Dropbox Team to Offer Personalized Generative AI
Dropbox plans to leverage NVIDIA’s AI Foundry to build custom models and improve AI-powered knowledge work.
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November 21, 2023
The companies’ collaboration will expand Dropbox’s AI functionality with new uses for personalized generative AI to improve search accuracy, provide better organization and simplify workflows for its customers across their cloud content.
Dropbox plans to leverage NVIDIA’s AI foundry consisting of NVIDIA AI Foundation Models, NVIDIA AI Enterprise software and NVIDIA accelerated computing to enhance its latest AI-powered product experiences. These include Dropbox Dash, universal search that connects apps, tools and content in a single search bar to help customers find what they need; Dropbox AI, a tool that allows customers to ask questions and get summaries on large files across their entire Dropbox; among other AI capabilities in Dropbox.
“Recent advancements in generative AI are opening up a world of possibilities to improve knowledge work and address many of the pain points we all experience around organization, prioritization, and focus,” says Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox. “AI has the potential to offload routine tasks, unlock our creativity, and help us do more meaningful work. We’re excited to partner with NVIDIA and leverage their technology in new ways to deliver more personalized, AI-powered experiences to our customers.”
“The arc of AI is expanding from cloud services into enterprise generative AI assistants that will drive the most significant transition in the computing industry to date,” says Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA. “Together, NVIDIA and Dropbox will pave the way for millions of Dropbox customers to accelerate their work with customized generative AI applications.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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