While Amazon hasn’t shied away from developing and adopting generative AI across its various platforms, the company has yet to unveil its own rival to ChatGPT. however, A new report It suggests that the company is investing millions in a new large language model (LLM).
on wednesday, Information A report has revealed that Amazon is developing its own interactive LL.M., codenamed ‘Olympus’. A person with direct knowledge reported the report.
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Olympus is being built to sell to corporate customers, much like OpenAI and the enterprise solutions Microsoft offers, such as ChatGPT Enterprise or Microsoft Copliot, according to the report.
Amazon’s new LLM will supposedly be used to power new features in its online retail store, the Alexa voice assistant across its Echo devices and its Amazon Web Services unit, according to internal sources.
Olympus may announce the upcoming as soon as possible AWS re:Invent 2023 event And to outperform Titan, a group of LLMs that AWS currently sells to cloud customers and whose capabilities are inferior to competitors, such as OpenAI’s GPT-4.
According to a Reuters reports Olympus will have two trillion parameters, two people familiar with the matter said.
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For context, GPT-4, OpenAI’s most advanced LLM, has one trillion parameters, making Amazon’s model twice as large and potentially one of the largest LLMs ever, according to the report.
ZDNET reported rumors of Amazon building its own AI chatbot in early May, based on job listings that Amazon posted that pointed to an AI chatbot-building initiative.