by SAVIOUS KWINIKA
JOHANNESBURG – SYSTEM Applications and Products (SAP) has announced a series of generative artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and advancements aimed at empowering developers.
These platforms aim to enable the developers to supercharge their businesses in the age of AI.
These have been announced at the SAP TechEd event in Bangalore.
As part of a commitment to upskill 2 million professionals by 2025 and complement free AI learning content already available, SAP also launched new role-based certification and free learning resources for back-end developers using the ABAP Cloud development model.
“Today’s dynamic technology and business landscape means every developer needs to be an AI developer,” said Juergen Mueller, Chief Technology Officer and member of the Executive Board of SAP SE.
“The innovations we’re launching at SAP TechEd, from AI-infused pro-code tools to a one-stop shop to create generative AI extensions and applications on SAP Business Technology Platform, supporting the developers at the heart of the AI revolution and providing them with resources they need to transform the way businesses run.”
SAP is launching SAP Build Code solutions, which streamline cooperation with business experts who use the low-code SAP Build solutions launched at SAP TechEd in 2022.
SAP Build Code also draws on the power of SAP’s new generative AI co-pilot to further boost productivity, embedding code generation capabilities for data model, application logic and test script creation.
SAP HANA Cloud continues to pioneer innovation in the dataspace by adding new vector database features to its multi model offerings at no additional cost.
AI Foundation on SAP BTP, a new one-stop shop for developers to create AI- and generative AI-powered extensions and applications on SAP BTP, will further help increase developers’ impact and efficiency.
SAP has joined the Stanford HAI (Institute for Human-Centred AI) Corporate Affiliate Programme.
Researchers and engineers at SAP will work with the Stanford academic community, including research faculty and students, on the intersection of generative AI and business.
– CAJ News