AWS intensifies its training in generative AI


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With the launch of several new tools for generative AI training and deployment on its cloud platform, Amazon Web Services Inc. is expanding its presence in the field of artificial intelligence software development.

The business described new services, including the ability to build and train foundation models, which are extensive, pre-trained language models that lay the groundwork for particular natural language processing tasks, in a post on the AWS Machine Learning blog.

Deep learning techniques are typically used to train foundation models on enormous amounts of text data, which enables them to become adept at understanding the subtleties of human language and produce text that is nearly indistinguishable from that written by humans.

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