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Amazon launches ‘Q’ — a ChatGPT competitor purpose-built for enterprise


Amazon has launched its personal synthetic intelligence-powered assistant constructed for enterprise, “Amazon Q.”

The AI chatbot can be utilized to have conversations, remedy issues, generate content material, acquire insights and join with an organization’s data repositories, code, information and enterprise methods, Amazon Internet Companies said in a Nov. 28 announcement.

Q is a part of Amazon’s broader technique to combine generative AI throughout its product ecosystem on each shopper and personal sector fronts an hopes the software will show useful to staff.

“Amazon Q offers quick, related data and recommendation to staff to streamline duties, speed up decision-making and problem-solving, and assist spark creativity and innovation at work.”

Staff in HR, authorized, product administration, design, manufacturing and operations will profit from Q, AWS CEO Adam Selipsky said in a Nov. 28 CNBC interview.

He famous that Q is skilled on 17 years of AWS information.

Dialog tab on Amazon Q. Supply: Amazon Internet Companies

AWS’s largest clients embody monetary companies Vanguard and Deloitte together with telecommunication firms Samsung and Verizon and leisure conglomerate Disney — whose staff may leverage the AI chatbot when a extra full model is rolled out.

It’s at the moment solely provided in preview mode in Oregon and northern Virginia in the USA.

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Amazon’s Q is unrelated to Q*, an AI mission by ChatGPT creator OpenAI — which was rife with controversy final week when founder and CEO Sam Altman was sacked and then reinstated as CEO.

Amazon has been a giant investor within the AI house, inserting a $4 billion bet on Anthropic — the workforce behind Claude 2 chatbot — throughout a number of investments. Anthropic leverages a lot of its computational energy from AWS.

Two of Amazon’s largest rivals, Google and Meta, launched their very own AI chatbots named Google Bard and LLaMA earlier in 2023, whereas Microsoft has invested about $13 billion into OpenAI.

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