Hugging Face Picks AWS to Host Future Large Language Models


Generative AI is quickly becoming the go-to technology for developers looking to create powerful applications with minimal effort. And now, with the help of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Hugging Face is making it even easier to access and use its popular language models. In this blog post, we’ll explore the collaboration between Hugging Face and AWS and what it means for generative AI software developers.

Generative AI Model Developer Hugging Face and Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Hugging Face, a generative AI model developer, has recently partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host its software. This collaboration will allow developers to train and scale their software more quickly and for less money. With access to AWS tools like Trainium and SageMaker, developers will be able to streamline their generative AI application development and upgrade the training and distribution of Hugging Face’s large language models (LLMs).

Adam Selipsky, CEO of AWS, said, “Generative AI has the potential to transform entire industries, but its cost and the required expertise puts the technology out of reach for all but a select few companies. Hugging Face and AWS are making it easier for customers to access popular machine learning models to create their own generative AI applications with the highest performance and lowest costs. This partnership demonstrates how generative AI companies and AWS can work together to put this innovative technology into the hands of more customers.”

AWS Expanding its Generative AI Portfolio

AWS has been expanding its own generative AI portfolio in recent months. For instance, it upgraded the AWS QuickSight Q business forecasts to understand colloquial terms like “show me a forecast.” AWS also rolled out an AI programming assistant called Amazon CodeWhisperer last year that autocompletes software code by extrapolating from a user’s initial hints and serves as a potential rival to the Microsoft-owned GitHub Copilot, which relies on models derived from OpenAI’s Codex.

Yext Debuts Generative AI Chatbot Platform Combining ChatGPT and Knowledge Graph

In addition to the AWS-Hugging Face collaboration, Yext has recently debuted a generative AI chatbot platform combining ChatGPT and knowledge graph. This new platform will enable developers to create more powerful and intelligent chatbots.

Roblox Shares Plans for Generative AI in the Metaverse

Finally, Roblox has shared its plans for generative AI in the metaverse. The company plans to use generative AI to create more immersive and interactive virtual experiences for its users.

Generative AI technology is quickly becoming more accessible and powerful than ever before. With the help of AWS, Hugging Face is making it easier for developers to access and use its popular language models. In addition, Yext has debuted a generative AI chatbot platform and Roblox has shared its plans for generative AI in the metaverse. As generative AI technology continues to evolve, it will be exciting to see what new applications and experiences are created.

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