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Category: Amazon Kendra

The journey of PGA TOUR’s generative AI virtual assistant, from concept to development to prototype

This is a guest post co-written with Scott Gutterman from the PGA TOUR. Generative artificial intelligence (generative AI) has enabled new possibilities for building intelligent systems. Recent improvements in Generative AI based large language models (LLMs) have enabled their use in a variety of applications surrounding information retrieval. Given the data sources, LLMs provided tools […]

Build generative AI agents with Amazon Bedrock, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Kendra, Amazon Lex, and LangChain

Generative AI agents are capable of producing human-like responses and engaging in natural language conversations by orchestrating a chain of calls to foundation models (FMs) and other augmenting tools based on user input. Instead of only fulfilling predefined intents through a static decision tree, agents are autonomous within the context of their suite of available […]

Use custom metadata created by Amazon Comprehend to intelligently process insurance claims using Amazon Kendra

Structured data, defined as data following a fixed pattern such as information stored in columns within databases, and unstructured data, which lacks a specific form or pattern like text, images, or social media posts, both continue to grow as they are produced and consumed by various organizations. For instance, according to International Data Corporation (IDC), […]

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Improve LLM responses in RAG use cases by interacting with the user

One of the most common applications of generative AI and large language models (LLMs) is answering questions based on a specific external knowledge corpus. Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) is a popular technique for building question answering systems that use an external knowledge base. To learn more, refer to Build a powerful question answering bot with Amazon […]

Harnessing the power of enterprise data with generative AI: Insights from Amazon Kendra, LangChain, and large language models

Large language models (LLMs) with their broad knowledge, can generate human-like text on almost any topic. However, their training on massive datasets also limits their usefulness for specialized tasks. Without continued learning, these models remain oblivious to new data and trends that emerge after their initial training. Furthermore, the cost to train new LLMs can […]

Intelligently search Drupal content using Amazon Kendra

Amazon Kendra is an intelligent search service powered by machine learning (ML). Amazon Kendra helps you easily aggregate content from a variety of content repositories into a centralized index that lets you quickly search all your enterprise data and find the most accurate answer. Drupal is a content management software. It’s used to make many […]

Index your web crawled content using the new Web Crawler for Amazon Kendra

In this post, we show how to index information stored in websites and use the intelligent search in Amazon Kendra to search for answers from content stored in internal and external websites. In addition, the ML-powered intelligent search can accurately get answers for your questions from unstructured documents with natural language narrative content, for which keyword search is not very effective.

Generative AI and multi-modal agents in AWS: The key to unlocking new value in financial markets

Multi-modal data is a valuable component of the financial industry, encompassing market, economic, customer, news and social media, and risk data. Financial organizations generate, collect, and use this data to gain insights into financial operations, make better decisions, and improve performance. However, there are challenges associated with multi-modal data due to the complexity and lack […]

Simplify access to internal information using Retrieval Augmented Generation and LangChain Agents

This post takes you through the most common challenges that customers face when searching internal documents, and gives you concrete guidance on how AWS services can be used to create a generative AI conversational bot that makes internal information more useful. Unstructured data accounts for 80% of all the data found within organizations, consisting of […]

Intelligently search Adobe Experience Manager content using Amazon Kendra

This post shows you how to configure the Amazon Kendra AEM connector to index your content and search your AEM assets and pages. The connector also ingests the access control list (ACL) information for each document. The ACL information is used to show search results filtered by what a user has access to.