Amazon Web Services, a company specializing in the cloud that is part of the giant Amazon, has unveiled new projects in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
During the annual re:Invent 2023 event, AWS showcased the latest generation of its AI model training chips. The first, AWS Trainium 2, is designed to deliver up to four times better performance than its predecessor and to halve energy consumption while working, a central theme when it comes to AI innovation, which often has a real impact on resource consumption. AWS says that a configuration with 100,000 Trainium 2 chips can train a large language model with 300 billion parameters in weeks rather than months. "With the increase in interest in generative AI, Tranium 2 will help companies train their models faster, at a lower cost," reads an official statement. The second chip is Graviton 4, which offers up to 30% better processing performance, with 50% more power and 75% more memory bandwidth than the previous generation, Graviton 3. An important aspect is security: all data processed by the chip is protected by encryption, thus ensuring a high degree of defense for potentially sensitive information, which is managed by AI to generate its results, whether it is notes, photos or videos. These new chips will be available in AWS enterprise plans, in addition to existing cloud programs.
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