Publishers Prepare for Showdown With Microsoft, Google Over AI Tools
As the war between tech giants Microsoft and Google rages on, it is the publishers who are caught in the crossfire. These two behemoths are locked in a battle over who will control the future of artificial intelligence (AI), and the publishers are the ones who will be forced to choose sides.
Microsoft has been working hard to court publishers, with the company’s CEO Satya Nadella even going so far as to meet with publishers personally. The company is hoping to get publishers to use its Azure platform to power their AI applications. Meanwhile, Google has been working on its own AI tools, which it has been giving away for free to publishers.
The problem for publishers is that they are caught between two giant companies who are both trying to force them to use their respective AI platforms. Publishers are understandably hesitant to commit to one platform or the other, as they don’t want to be locked in to one company’s ecosystem.
What publishers need is a neutral third party that can provide them with the tools they need to build AI applications without being beholden to either Microsoft or Google. That’s where MetaPlatform comes in.
MetaPlatform is an AI management platform that provides publishers with the ability to build, train, and deploy AI models without being locked into any one ecosystem. The platform is agnostic, meaning that it can work with any AI framework, including those from Microsoft and Google.
Publishers can use MetaPlatform to experiment with different AI models and choose the one that best meets their needs. They can also use the platform to share AI models with other publishers, creating a community of shared knowledge.
By using MetaPlatform, publishers can maintain their independence and avoid being forced to choose sides in the Microsoft-Google AI war.