ChatGPT is not the only AI language model out there. Yet it’s the most popular and it has the biggest impact on every aspect of our lives. Not in vain, many companies are already replacing their personnel with this chatbot. It’s even more scaring to imagine what changes it will bring in the next months. Anyway, the tech bigwigs are joining the race. And in this sense, we have to mention Amazon’s announcement issued today. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the availability of Bedrock’s generative artificial intelligence service and Titan, its own large-scale language model.
Amazon’s large language model is known as “Titan,” and it has been trained on massive quantities of text. Amazon plans to launch two Titan models initially, one for creating prose, summarizing material, making blog entries, and participating in open-ended question-and-answer sessions. Another possibility is that it will assist in customizing online searches.
Amazon, unlike Microsoft and Google, does not intend to release chatbots like ChatGPT. The business’s primary client base is enterprise customers, and in addition to new artificial intelligence tools, the company is growing its portfolio of custom chips, which it claims can run artificial intelligence software more efficiently and cheaply than competitors.
Customers will also be able to personalize the Titan model using their own data, but Amazon will never use the data to train the Titan model, ensuring that other customers, including rivals, do not profit from the data.
Amazon has been developing artificial intelligence for over 20 years, and its AWS cloud service has over 100,000 artificial intelligence clients. Amazon has also used a modified version of Titan to provide search through its main page.
Furthermore, Amazon is utilizing artificial intelligence technologies in areas such as logistics and delivery to boost efficiency and save costs. Amazon, for example, has begun delivering products right to consumers’ homes using drones.