Amazon introduces Q, an AI-powered chatbot for businesses
- Amazon has launched Q, an AI-powered chatbot for Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers. Q can answer questions, generate content, and perform actions such as creating service tickets.
- It can be customized with organization-specific apps and software, and learns about a company’s structures and products.
- The chatbot is accessible through the AWS Management Console and existing chat apps like Slack.
Accenture and AWS collaborate to help clients accelerate adoption of Amazon Q’s advanced generative AI technology
- Accenture and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are partnering to help clients adopt advanced generative AI technology, Amazon Q.
- The collaboration will offer accelerators, expertise, and best practices to help clients develop software and modernize application environments.
- AWS AI services will be integrated with Accenture’s automation platforms, boosting development efforts and enhancing security, quality, and performance.
AWS and NVIDIA strategic collaboration offers new supercomputing infrastructure, software and services for generative AI
- Amazon Web Services (AWS) and NVIDIA have announced a strategic collaboration to advance artificial intelligence (AI) development.
- The partnership will introduce NVIDIA’s GH200 Grace Hopper Superchips into AWS’s cloud infrastructure, offering unprecedented computational power for AI research.
- AWS will also launch new EC2 instances for various AI workloads, and NVIDIA software will boost generative AI development on AWS.
AWS joins forces with Amgen on generative AI solutions to accelerate advanced therapies
- Amazon Web Services (AWS) is partnering with biotech firm Amgen to develop generative AI solutions to speed up the production of medicines.
- The collaboration will use AWS’s infrastructure and services to power Amgen’s new digital data and analytics platform, aiming to increase operational efficiency and sustainability in its upcoming Ohio facility.
- The announcement was made at the AWS re:Invent event. The collaboration is part of Amgen’s expansion plans.
AWS CEO bats for responsible AI; says need to unlock GenAI’s full potential while mitigating risks
- Amazon Web Services (AWS) CEO Adam Selipsky has called for responsible use of Generative AI, highlighting the need for multi-stakeholder efforts to unlock its potential while mitigating risks.
- Speaking at AWS re:Invent 2023, Selipsky announced new supercomputing infrastructure software and services for Generative AI, including Amazon Q, an AI-powered assistant for work.