C3 AI, a Redwood City-based enterprise artificial intelligence firm, said recently that its complete portfolio would be made available on Google Cloud. The organizations’ purpose, according to them, is to assist enterprises across the industry in accelerating the adoption of AI tools in healthcare enhancement.
- AI tools: C3 AI’s enterprise AI tools, such as the C3 AI Suite platform and C3 AI Ex Machina, a no-code AI model management program will now be offered on Google Cloud’s infrastructure. C3 AI also claims that it will try to assist customers to build and deploy machine learning models more quickly by ensuring that its apps take advantage of Google Cloud features such as Google Kubernetes Engine, Google BigQuery, and Vertex AI.
- Accessibility: Despite the fact that the companies say they want to provide tools for a variety of industries, they emphasize the partnership’s potential to address healthcare concerns. Customers may utilize their tools to increase the availability of key healthcare equipment by using AI-powered asset readiness and preventive maintenance, according to the company.
- Innovation: “Combining the innovation, leadership, scale, and go-to-market expertise of Google Cloud with the substantial business value delivered from C3 AI applications, this partnership will dramatically accelerate the adoption of enterprise AI applications across all industry segments,” said Thomas M. Siebel, C3 AI CEO, in a statement.
- Potential: Cloud-based AI solutions are displaying growing potential in the healthcare field. In 2018, M*Modal launched an AI-powered radiology service on Microsoft Azure cloud, aimed at improving patient outcomes and physician satisfaction.
- Partnerships: Recently, the Mayo Clinic has used cloud-based AI to tackle COVID-19, as part of its ten-year strategic partnership with Google Cloud. “COVID-19 has forced us to collaborate much faster and advance to many more cloud functions than we probably would have without the pandemic,” said Mayo Clinic Platform president John Halamka.