Cushman & Wakefield buys Microsoft AI solutions

Wednesday, Jan 31, 2024 12:00

Cushman & Wakefield office. The company has tied up with Microsoft to deploy an advanced suite of artificial intelligence solutions. — Photo from Internet

Global real estate services company Cushman & Wakefield has announced a tie-up with Microsoft to deploy an advanced suite of artificial intelligence solutions.

Azure OpenAI Service is a cloud-based generative AI solution that offers customers a range of capabilities, including access to cutting-edge AI models.

With Azure OpenAI Service, Cushman & Wakefield can benefit from the use of cloud computing, data analytics and artificial intelligence to deliver solutions to clients and stakeholders.

The platform enables developers to build, deploy and manage AI solutions for various scenarios and domains.

Its features include machine learning, cognitive services, bot framework, computer vision, natural language processing, and speech recognition.

The Microsoft Technology Center is providing Cushman & Wakefield with access to research, tools and specialists to develop powerful and adaptable applications that use AI features.

It is also providing insights into various areas and problems that need AI solutions, with learning and improvement through feedback and advice.

Copilot for Microsoft 365 offers a high level of security for how the firm leverages GPT models, providing confidence that data is not exposed or leaves the company’s eco-system.

“The use of Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service and Copilot for Microsoft 365 at Cushman & Wakefield again demonstrates our ability to pair robust technologies with market intelligence and expertise,” the property company’s chief information & data officer, Salumeh Companieh, said.

Cushman & Wakefield has 52,000 employees in 400 offices in 60 countries. — VNS

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