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OpenAI, Musk, and now Amazon. They call it ‘competition’ but the end is the same: Amazon takes on ChatGPT: Tech giant launches a rival AI chatbot called Q

It’s taken Amazon a while, but the tech giant has finally jumped on the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot bandwagon.

The firm has just unveiled its version of ChatGPT called ‘Q’ – which may be a reference to the ingenious tech boffin in the James Bond films.

Q – designed for employees in fields such as IT, software, customer service and more – lets workers ask questions that are specific to their companies.

Among its skills are summarising meetings, explaining programming code and locating information from hundreds of company documents.

Q comes soon after Elon Musk announced his own ‘sarcastic’ AI bot called Grok that will be integrated within X (formerly known as Twitter).

Among its skills are summarising meetings, explaining programming code and locating information from hundreds of company documents.

Q comes soon after Elon Musk announced his own ‘sarcastic’ AI bot called Grok that will be integrated within X (formerly known as Twitter).

Tech giant Amazon is finally joining the AI chatbot party with its own offering, called 'Q', which is geared towards businesses

In a blog post, Amazon said the new assistant is specifically for work and can be tailored to a customer’s business – much like ChatGPT Enterprise, the version of ChatGPT for workers.

Currently, Q is available only for users of Connect (Amazon’s service for contact centres) in parts of the US, but it will roll out to other services and countries soon.

Some of the companies already using Q are automotive giant BMW, IT firm Accenture and pharmaceutical company Gilead, as well as Amazon itself.

‘Q can help you get fast, relevant answers to pressing questions, solve problems, generate content, and take actions using the data and expertise found in your company’s information repositories, code and enterprise systems,’ the firm says.

‘When you chat with Amazon Q, it provides immediate, relevant information and advice to help streamline tasks, speed decision-making, and help spark creativity and innovation at work.’

Q can be connected to a business’s data, information and systems, so it can source numerous answers that are relevant to the company – but these are secure and not publicly-available.

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