AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Generative AI

Analyze security findings faster with no-code data preparation using generative AI and Amazon SageMaker Canvas

Data is the foundation to capturing the maximum value from AI technology and solving business problems quickly. To unlock the potential of generative AI technologies, however, there’s a key prerequisite: your data needs to be appropriately prepared. In this post, we describe how use generative AI to update and scale your data pipeline using Amazon […]

How Mendix is transforming customer experiences with generative AI and Amazon Bedrock

This post was co-written with Ricardo Perdigao, Solution Architecture Manager at Mendix, a Siemens business. Mendix, a Siemens business, offers the low-code platform with the vision and execution designed for today’s complex software development challenges. Since 2005, we’ve helped thousands of organizations worldwide reimagine how they develop applications with our platform’s cutting-edge capabilities. Mendix allows […]

Architect defense-in-depth security for generative AI applications using the OWASP Top 10 for LLMs

This post provides three guided steps to architect risk management strategies while developing generative AI applications using LLMs. We first delve into the vulnerabilities, threats, and risks that arise from the implementation, deployment, and use of LLM solutions, and provide guidance on how to start innovating with security in mind. We then discuss how building on a secure foundation is essential for generative AI. Lastly, we connect these together with an example LLM workload to describe an approach towards architecting with defense-in-depth security across trust boundaries.

Deploy a Microsoft Teams gateway for Amazon Q Business

In this post, we show you how to bring Amazon Q Business to users in Microsoft Teams. (If you use Slack, refer to Deploy a Slack gateway for Amazon Q Business) You’ll be able converse with Amazon Q Business using Teams direct messages (DMs) to ask questions and get answers based on company data, get help creating new content such as email drafts, summarize attached files, and perform tasks.

Build enterprise-ready generative AI solutions with Cohere foundation models in Amazon Bedrock and Weaviate vector database on AWS Marketplace

This post discusses how enterprises can build accurate, transparent, and secure generative AI applications while keeping full control over proprietary data. The proposed solution is a RAG pipeline using an AI-native technology stack, whose components are designed from the ground up with AI at their core, rather than having AI capabilities added as an afterthought. We demonstrate how to build an end-to-end RAG application using Cohere’s language models through Amazon Bedrock and a Weaviate vector database on AWS Marketplace.

Build financial search applications using the Amazon Bedrock Cohere multilingual embedding model

Enterprises have access to massive amounts of data, much of which is difficult to discover because the data is unstructured. Conventional approaches to analyzing unstructured data use keyword or synonym matching. They don’t capture the full context of a document, making them less effective in dealing with unstructured data. In contrast, text embeddings use machine […]

Inference Llama 2 models with real-time response streaming using Amazon SageMaker

With the rapid adoption of generative AI applications, there is a need for these applications to respond in time to reduce the perceived latency with higher throughput. Foundation models (FMs) are often pre-trained on vast corpora of data with parameters ranging in scale of millions to billions and beyond. Large language models (LLMs) are a […]

Generating value from enterprise data: Best practices for Text2SQL and generative AI

Generative AI has opened up a lot of potential in the field of AI. We are seeing numerous uses, including text generation, code generation, summarization, translation, chatbots, and more. One such area that is evolving is using natural language processing (NLP) to unlock new opportunities for accessing data through intuitive SQL queries. Instead of dealing […]

Deploy foundation models with Amazon SageMaker, iterate and monitor with TruEra

This blog is co-written with Josh Reini, Shayak Sen and Anupam Datta from TruEra Amazon SageMaker JumpStart provides a variety of pretrained foundation models such as Llama-2 and Mistal 7B that can be quickly deployed to an endpoint. These foundation models perform well with generative tasks, from crafting text and summaries, answering questions, to producing […]

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 […]