DeepBrain AI, a leading provider of generative artificial intelligence (AI) video synthesis and virtual human technology, announced today the signing of a multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with Amazon Web Services (AWS). This collaboration aims to utilize AWS’s latest generative AI and business development services to accelerate global expansion efforts and unlock significant value from DeepBrain’s powerful AI avatars and generative AI capabilities.
Under the SCA, DeepBrain AI and AWS will focus on these key areas:
- Advancing AI Avatar Technology: DeepBrain AI will use AWS’s cloud and computing capabilities to enhance its AI Avatar solutions, making them more lifelike and adaptable to a wider range of user needs.
- Expanding Global Presence: DeepBrain AI will use AWS to accelerate marketing and business initiatives in various industries, including financial services, healthcare, media and entertainment, and retail and commerce.
- Training and Skill Development: DeepBrain AI will utilize AWS resources to train and certify its team in generative AI technology, ensuring they remain at the forefront of innovation.
The SCA provides DeepBrain AI with valuable tools to pave the way for a more advanced and interconnected digital future by bridging the gap between digital technology and human experiences. With the support of AWS, DeepBrain AI will continue to enhance its solutions to meet current market demands and anticipate future trends.
Eric Jang, CEO of DeepBrain AI, expressed his excitement about the collaboration, stating, “The SCA with AWS is a transformative opportunity for us. It not only propels our AI avatar’s success from the Asia-Pacific to a global scale, but also reaffirms our commitment to our users and the future of digital interactions.”
The collaboration between DeepBrain AI and AWS is built upon a foundation of successful relationships. Earlier this year, DeepBrain AI completed the AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR) which allowed the company to address risks related to security, reliability, and operational excellence. DeepBrain AI utilized various AWS services, such as Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS), and AWS DataSync to automate provisioning and enhance its deep learning pipeline. The AWS FTR not only helped DeepBrain AI overcome performance challenges, but also positioned them as leaders in generative AI across different industries.
With the new SCA, DeepBrain AI is excited to further advance its generative AI capabilities and drive even more innovation in AI-powered virtual avatars by leveraging AWS’s more than 25 years of developing and deploying AI and machine learning (ML). AWS provides robust solutions to support every stage of AI and ML adoption, including infrastructure to run high-intensity workloads, tools to build AI, and purpose-built services and applications, allowing DeepBrain AI to solve challenges quickly and provide more value for their customers.