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Amazon Introduces Bedrock
As it introduced the newest ChatGPT rival, Bedrock, Amazon has now joined the lengthy list of tech firms that have embraced the AI craze. The new AI is designed to operate similarly to the enormously well-liked chatbot created by OpenAI.
The generative AI system was pioneered by OpenAI and Google, and Amazon is now following in its footsteps by releasing its own AI technology. In his second annual letter to shareholders, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy made clear the company’s investment in artificial intelligence.
Amazon Jumps on The AI Bandwagon
The introduction of generative AI has caught the attention of the tech world during the past several months. The industry has concentrated on integrating and putting these language model-based systems into action in order to demonstrate the newly discovered potential of the technology.
As one of the major IT giants jumps on board, interest in AI innovations has increased. As was already noted, Amazon has recently debuted Bedrock, the newest ChatGPT competitor. The aforementioned innovation is intended to give the business response to the OpenAI system, as well as Google’s comparable Bard program, and other programs like it, as well as by supplying equivalent capabilities embedded into the Amazon ecosystem.
According to reports, Bedrock will provide a variety of generative AI tools to Amazon Web Services clients, which are companies that use Amazon’s data services for their operations. Additionally, the new Bedrock API offers the ability to create chatbots, text summaries, and pictures depending on predefined prompts.
It is also worth noting that the Bedrock application would allow users to change the machine learning core model for certain jobs. While OpenAI’s ChatGPT is based on the GPT-4 language model, Bedrock users would have the choice of AI21’s Jurassic-2, Anthropic’s Claude, or Amazon Titan.
While their ChatGPT competition was being introduced, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy spoke about the value of investing in AI for the business. In his letter to shareholders, he made the specific claim that “LLMs and Generative AI are going to be a big deal for customers, our shareholders, and Amazon.”