Final module of OTP AI supercomputer arrives



OTP Bank has taken delivery of the final module of a HUF 7.3 billion supercomputer that will use artificial intelligence to manage the lender's telephone customer service, the lender said on Tuesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Hungary's National R&D&I Fund is supporting the project with over HUF 2.5 billion in grant money.

The government aims to use the self-learning AI based on OTP's customer service to deliver faster and more efficient Hungarian language service in public administration and education, and in the business sector.

OTP earlier signed an agreement on the delivery of the supercomputer with Silicon Valley's SambaNova Systems.


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