IBM is partnering with German AI startup Aleph Alpha to promote the use of generative AI in the public and private sectors in Europe. Through the new partnership, IBM and Aleph Alpha aim to simplify the use of generative AI in businesses and government agencies in Germany and Europe. Aleph Alpha, based in Heidelberg, offers AI solutions for businesses and public administration. The AI startup has an Explain function that makes the output of its own language model Luminous and other open-source models more understandable. With its AI and data platform "watsonx", IBM contributes its own solution with which companies can develop AI applications based on curated data and models. According to the company, this is complemented by the many years of consulting and practical experience of the IBM Consulting division in the field of AI.

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Max is managing editor at THE DECODER. As a trained philosopher, he deals with consciousness, AI, and the question of whether machines can really think or just pretend to.
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