AWS CEO’s 5 Bullish New Generative AI Investments
From a new $100 million generative AI innovation center and startup program to AWS AppFabric and Amazon Bedrock, here’s five recent generative AI launches highlighted by CEO Adam Selipsky.
From a new $100 million generative AI innovation center to the unveiling of AWS AppFabric, Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky has been traveling the world to spread his company’s bullish message and new investments in generative artificial intelligence (AI).
From Canada to London, Selipsky has been touting his company’s leadership position in the red-hot generative AI market over the past two months.
“As generative AI gains momentum across industries, customers ask us how they can embrace this technology without risking data privacy or IP,” said AWS’ CEO in a LinkedIn post Wednesday. “We’re addressing that challenge with Amazon Bedrock, which ensures customer data is encrypted and not used for training models. We’re also giving customers in every industry a wide range of tools and models to use, along with guidance from AWS experts to help them tailor a model to their specific needs.”
Adam Selipsky Touts AI Innovation, Customer Wins
Adam Selipsky has consistently posted on social media over the past several weeks to highlight big customer wins and new AI innovation. AWS’ CEO has been traveling to speak with customers, partners, startups and AWS teams in various regions.
“Our customers across industries are seeing the promise of generative AI with AWS,” said Selipsky in a recent LinkedIn post.
For example, last month, Selipsky traveled to France to talk with team members and customers “about the opportunity of generative AI.” On the customer front, Selipsky recently announced, “health technology company Philips is partnering with AWS to explore how to leverage the power of Amazon Bedrock to improve clinical decision making, reporting, and administrative tasks.”
In terms of innovation, AWS’ CEO said to train machine learning models and build generative AI applications, customers need to have the right data strategy in place. “By centralizing data in an Amazon S3 data lake, our customers are able to accelerate their path to generative AI much faster than if their data were siloed,” he recently said on LinkedIn.
CRN breaks down the five biggest generative AI investments and launches that Adam Selipsky has recently touted.
(photos via Adam Selipsky’s LinkedIn profile)