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### Amazon Unveils Q: The AI Chatbot Revolutionizing Employee Communication

Available to AWS users, Amazon Q aims to help workers draft emails, generate content, and fix bugs.

Another participant has entered the domain of generative AI chatbots, this time emerging from Amazon.

Amazon Q, the most recent addition from Amazon Web Services, the cloud division of the tech behemoth, is a customizable generative AI chatbot specifically designed for business applications, according to Amazon’s official announcement.

Mirroring the capabilities of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Amazon Q enables users to interact with the chatbot in a conversational style reminiscent of human interaction.

Tailored for marketing professionals, project managers, and sales representatives working in companies utilizing AWS, Amazon Q can aid in various tasks such as drafting emails, summarizing reports, and creating blog posts.

For IT professionals and developers, Amazon’s chatbot serves as a valuable resource for tasks like research, coding new features, debugging, and building applications on Amazon’s cloud platform.

Furthermore, the AI chatbot is structured to seamlessly integrate with a range of services including Gmail, Google Drive, Microsoft Teams, and Slack to access additional data sources.

Adam Selipsky, the CEO of Amazon Web Services, shared his confidence in Q’s potential to evolve into an omnipresent work companion for numerous individuals in their professional endeavors, in an interview with the New York Times.

At present, Amazon Q is available to AWS users in specific regions of the US, with pricing commencing at \(20 per user per month for a standard tier and \)25 per user per month for an advanced tier tailored to technical staff.

Joining the array of AI chatbot solutions from prominent tech entities, Amazon Q competes with offerings such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Microsoft’s AI-driven Bing search engine, and Google’s Bard AI chatbot.

This advancement aligns with Amazon’s strategic positioning to capitalize on the expanding AI landscape, as evidenced by initiatives like the Bedrock generative AI toolkit unveiled in April and the $4 billion investment in AI startup Anthropic announced in September.

As of now, Amazon has not responded to Business Insider’s request for comments on this subject.

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