Cerence collaborates with Microsoft to develop ChatGPT-powered in-car experience

Cerence collaborates with Microsoft to develop ChatGPT-powered in-car experience

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Cerence Assistant users will have access to Microsoft OpenAI Service and future integrations including Azure Maps

Amber Hickman |

Cerence, a provider of artificial intelligence-powered automobile solutions, has partnered with Microsoft to integrate OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology with its technology portfolio.

The firms have worked together to develop a solution that will allow users to access ChatGPT through Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service in vehicles using the in-car platform Cerence Assistant.

“Generative AI has the potential to fundamentally change the way we interact with the car through natural language,” said Dominik Wee, corporate vice president of manufacturing and mobility at Microsoft. “With Cerence’s deep automotive expertise, we are together well positioned to support automakers in creating highly differentiated customer experiences.”

The organisations will continue to work together to deliver new features, including adding support for Microsoft content and online services such as Azure Maps.

“By combining our deep vertical expertise in transportation with Microsoft’s large language model capabilities, we will transcend the sum of our parts, together delivering a robust solution that makes generative AI-powered innovation more accessible to automakers as they navigate incredible transformation in the industry.” said Stefan Ortmanns, CEO of Cerence.

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