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Amazon Q AI makes work easy for developers and programmers with this new feature

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Amazon is now fully unveiling the features of Q AI that were first announced in November.

Q now integrates with 40 different existing “connectors” or apps like Slack, and more.

Q will generate code and even perform large-scale software upgrades.

AI is shaking up the market and how. Everyone experiments with it, plans new things around it and even pushes their limits to stay ahead. Today let’s talk about Amazon. Well, what about it? The company is offering a new set of features for those using the Amazon Q AI model. This is specifically aimed at developers and companies. The new features allow users to write and debug codes and the like. Read on for more details.

Amazon Q AI assistant and its features

Amazon is now fully unveiling the features of Q AI that were first announced in November. It can answer questions about how the business works, provide detailed data-driven feedback on performance, diagnose AWS issues, and improve cloud services, among other things. In fact, it is useful for developers as it allows them to easily track software upgrades and code analysis.

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Q now integrates with 40 different existing connectors or apps such as Slack, Gmail and Microsoft Exchange. This allows AWS customers to easily integrate Q into their existing systems. Let me explain this with an example. Employees can easily access the chatbot within Slack. Not only this, Q will generate code and even perform large-scale software upgrades. One notable feature that sets it apart from the competition is the fact that it can create AI-powered software projects based on text prompts alone.

AWS VP of AI and Data Swami Sivasubramanian highlighted Q’s efficiency, saying: “Early indications indicate that Amazon Q can help our customers’ employees become more than 80% more productive in their work, and with the new features we’re bringing to plan to introduce. We think this will only continue to grow in the future.”

Amazon also wants it to be a tool that helps streamline internal processes within companies, and therefore does not promote it as consumer-facing applications.

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