Amazon has revealed its latest generative AI chatbot, named Amazon Q, as a formidable competitor to OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Unveiled by Amazon Web Services, this chatbot is customizable for specific business needs, allowing users in marketing, project management, and sales to engage with it conversationally.
Much like ChatGPT, Amazon Q can draft emails, summarize reports, and compose blog posts. IT professionals and developers can also utilize it for tasks such as research, coding, bug troubleshooting, and building applications on Amazon’s cloud servers. Integrated with services like Gmail, Google Drive, Microsoft Teams, and Slack, Amazon Q aims to be a versatile tool for professionals.
Adam Selipsky, the CEO of Amazon Web Services, envisions Amazon Q as a potential work companion for millions, enhancing professional efficiency. Currently accessible to AWS users in specific U.S. regions, Amazon Q offers two tiers: one at $20 per month per user and another, tailored for technical staff, at $25 per month per user.
The introduction of Amazon Q adds to the growing landscape of AI chatbots, following OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft’s AI-driven Bing search engine. This dynamic market evolution underscores the increasing integration of AI technologies into various professional domains.