Nvidia has partnered with Snowflake, a cloud-based data warehousing company, to offer generative AI technology to its customers. This partnership will allow Snowflake’s customers to build customized large language models using their proprietary data securely. Manuvir Das, Nvidia’s VP of enterprise computing, is optimistic about this new agreement and believes it will be beneficial for both companies.
Snowflake is a leading vendor of data cloud and data analysis cloud services with more than 8,000 customers as of April 2023. This partnership marks a unique offering for Snowflake’s end customers as they can create models suited to their specific needs.
Unlike Nvidia’s partnership with ServiceNow, which was announced last month and offered a more standardized offering for IT management, customer service, and human resources applications, this deal is different. The partnership with Snowflake complements Nvidia’s strategy of broadening its reach in the AI market.
Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to monitor this space.
Snowflake and Nvidia Team Up to Bring AI to Data Cloud
Snowflake, the cloud-based data storage and analytics platform, has announced a new partnership with Nvidia to integrate artificial intelligence capabilities into its service. This collaboration will allow Snowflake customers to build, train, and fine-tune Snowflake models individually and store them on the company’s data cloud.
Nvidia’s AI software and chips will power the service, leveraging the company’s high exposure to generative AI. This brute-force technology can ingest text, images, and videos to create content. Interest in generative AI was sparked by OpenAI’s release of ChatGPT last year. Chatbots like ChatGPT are trained using a language model that generates human-like responses based on word relationships found in prior text.
No release date has been confirmed for these new capabilities. Stay tuned for more updates as Snowflake continues to lead the way in data storage and analysis.