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Amazon Web Services is live in Las Vegas for its AWS re:Invent event, which kicked off November 27 and runs until December 1. AWS CEO Adam Selipsky's keynote set the tone for the event, making it clear that AWS is in a position to defend its longstanding lead, and it's deploying AI tools and services to continue being the top large cloud provider in the market. Ahead of Amazon CTO Werner Vogels' keynote address, Frederic sat down with Vogels to discuss the trends he is seeing — generative AI, of course — and predictions for the coming year.
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There's been a debate of sorts in AI circles about which database is more important in finding truthful information in generative AI applications: graph or vector databases. AWS decided to leave the debate to others by combining the best of both capabilities in a new service announced today at AWS re:Invent called Amazon Neptune Analytics. Swami Sivasubramanian, vice president of data and machine learning at AWS, announced the new tool onstage at the AI keynote at re:Invent, saying that the cloud giant wanted to create something that combines the best of both approaches.
Elon Musk is now taking applications for data to study X -- but only EU risk researchers need apply...
Lawmakers take note: Elon Musk-owned X appears to have quietly complied with a hard legal requirement in the European Union that requires larger platforms (aka VLOPs) to provide researchers with data access in order to study systemic risks arising from use of their services -- risks such as disinformation, child safety issues, gender-based violence and mental heath concerns. X (or Twitter as it was still called at the time) was designated a VLOP under the EU's Digital Services Act (DSA) back in April after the bloc's regulators confirmed it meets their criteria for an extra layer of rules to kick in that are intended to drive algorithmic accountability via applying transparency measures on larger platforms. Researchers intending to study systemic risks in the EU now appear to at least be able to apply for access to study X's data by accessing a web form through a button which appears at the bottom of this page on its developer platform.
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