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Amazon is launching a new tool, Bedrock Studio, designed to let organizations experiment with generative AI models, collaborate on those models, and ultimately build generative AI-powered apps.
Available in public preview starting today, the web-based Bedrock Studio — a part of Bedrock, Amazon’s generative AI tooling and hosting platform — provides what Amazon describes in a blog post as a “rapid prototyping environment” for generative AI.
Bedrock Studio guides developers through the steps to evaluate, analyze, fine-tune and share generative AI models from Anthropic, Cohere, Mistral, Meta and other Bedrock partners, as well as test different model settings and guardrails and …