Dropbox and NVIDIA with a new partnership, and the goal is to boost the productivity of Dropbox users through artificial intelligence, the two companies announced.
Dropbox is integrating AI and machine self-learning into its core product to boost user efficiency. NVIDIA is providing flexible tools for Dropbox to introduce new AI capabilities, bringing more intelligence to content and workflows.
“Recent advancements in generative AI are opening up a world of possibilities to improve knowledge work and address many of the pain points we all experience around organization, prioritization, and focus,” said Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox.
The partnership between Dropbox and NVIDIA aims to extend Dropbox’s AI features to include personalized generative AI to improve search accuracy, streamline organization, and simplify content workflows in the cloud for millions of users.
“AI has the potential to offload routine tasks, unlock our creativity, and help us do more meaningful work. We’re excited to partner with NVIDIA and leverage their technology in new ways to deliver more personalized, AI-powered experiences to our customers”, he added.
Dropbox aims to harness NVIDIA’s advanced AI technology, encompassing AI Foundation Models, AI Enterprise software, and accelerated computing, to elevate the capabilities of its AI-driven offerings like Dropbox Dash (a versatile search tool) and Dropbox AI (which enables users to pose queries and receive summaries for extensive files).
By leveraging NVIDIA AI Foundation Models and the NeMo framework, Dropbox can tailor large language models (LLMs) to deliver personalized and pertinent information while upholding robust standards of security, privacy, and transparency.
Furthermore, Dropbox has the opportunity to enhance inference performance by employing NVIDIA AI Enterprise software, which includes Triton Inference Server and TensorRT-LLM, specifically designed for production AI applications