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Category: Generative AI

Best prompting practices for using the Llama 2 Chat LLM through Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

Llama 2 stands at the forefront of AI innovation, embodying an advanced auto-regressive language model developed on a sophisticated transformer foundation. It’s tailored to address a multitude of applications in both the commercial and research domains with English as the primary linguistic concentration. Its model parameters scale from an impressive 7 billion to a remarkable […]

Harness large language models in fake news detection

Fake news, defined as news that conveys or incorporates false, fabricated, or deliberately misleading information, has been around as early as the emergence of the printing press. The rapid spread of fake news and disinformation online is not only deceiving to the public, but can also have a profound impact on society, politics, economy, and […]

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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 […]

Build trust and safety for generative AI applications with Amazon Comprehend and LangChain

We are witnessing a rapid increase in the adoption of large language models (LLM) that power generative AI applications across industries. LLMs are capable of a variety of tasks, such as generating creative content, answering inquiries via chatbots, generating code, and more. Organizations looking to use LLMs to power their applications are increasingly wary about data privacy to ensure trust and safety is maintained within their generative AI applications. This includes handling customers’ personally identifiable information (PII) data properly. It also includes preventing abusive and unsafe content from being propagated to LLMs and checking that data generated by LLMs follows the same principles. In this post, we discuss new features powered by Amazon Comprehend that enable seamless integration to ensure data privacy, content safety, and prompt safety in new and existing generative AI applications.

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 […]

Use generative AI to increase agent productivity through automated call summarization

Your contact center serves as the vital link between your business and your customers. Every call to your contact center is an opportunity to learn more about your customers’ needs and how well you are meeting those needs. Most contact centers require their agents to summarize their conversation after every call. Call summarization is a valuable tool that helps contact centers understand and gain insights from customer calls. Additionally, accurate call summaries enhance the customer journey by eliminating the need for customers to repeat information when transferred to another agent. In this post, we explain how to use the power of generative AI to reduce the effort and improve the accuracy of creating call summaries and call dispositions. We also show how to get started quickly using the latest version of our open source solution, Live Call Analytics with Agent Assist.

Develop generative AI applications to improve teaching and learning experiences

Recently, teachers and institutions have looked for different ways to incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) into their curriculums, whether it be teaching about machine learning (ML) or incorporating it into creating lesson plans, grading, or other educational applications. Generative AI models, in particular large language models (LLMs), have dramatically sped up AI’s impact on education. Generative […]

Dialogue-guided visual language processing with Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

Visual language processing (VLP) is at the forefront of generative AI, driving advancements in multimodal learning that encompasses language intelligence, vision understanding, and processing. Combined with large language models (LLM) and Contrastive Language-Image Pre-Training (CLIP) trained with a large quantity of multimodality data, visual language models (VLMs) are particularly adept at tasks like image captioning, […]

Schneider Electric leverages Retrieval Augmented LLMs on SageMaker to ensure real-time updates in their ERP systems

This post was co-written with Anthony Medeiros, Manager of Solutions Engineering and Architecture for North America Artificial Intelligence, and Blake Santschi, Business Intelligence Manager, from Schneider Electric. Additional Schneider Electric experts include Jesse Miller, Somik Chowdhury, Shaswat Babhulgaonkar, David Watkins, Mark Carlson and Barbara Sleczkowski.  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are used by companies to […]

Use AWS PrivateLink to set up private access to Amazon Bedrock

Amazon Bedrock is a fully managed service provided by AWS that offers developers access to foundation models (FMs) and the tools to customize them for specific applications. It allows developers to build and scale generative AI applications using FMs through an API, without managing infrastructure. You can choose from various FMs from Amazon and leading […]