Cohere & Google Cloud Announce Multi-Year Technology Partnership 

Cohere, a provider of cutting-edge natural language processing (NLP) services, and Google Cloud today announced a multi-year partnership in which Google Cloud’s advanced artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) infrastructure will power Cohere’s platform. Many of Cohere’s products will be developed and deployed on Cloud TPUs, Google’s supercomputers that are optimized for large-scale ML, enabling Cohere to broaden access to advanced large language models (LLMs) and NLP to more small businesses and large enterprises alike.

Today, organizations in every industry generate massive quantities of unstructured, text-heavy data such as web pages, business documents, invoices, and customer support records. NLP technologies—from data analysis and semantic search, to voice assistants and chatbots—have the power to unlock the value of that data and translate it into rich customer insights and experiences. Yet, until now, access to these technologies has been limited to enterprises with extensive financial resources, AI research teams, and advanced engineering capabilities. 

To address these challenges, Cohere—using Google Cloud’s technology—allows companies of all sizes to build products and services upon Cohere’s NLP models capable of understanding, processing, and generating language, similar to how humans communicate naturally. Additionally, with just a few lines of code, customers can fine-tune Cohere’s models with proprietary datasets and integrate them into their products through an API. Developers can now focus on building products and applications that can classify, summarize, and generate text.

For more information about Cohere’s NLP platform, visit cohere.ai

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