Hugging Face, an AI firm, and Amazon will use Amazon chips

Hugging Face, an AI firm, and Amazon will use Amazon chips
Hugging Face, an AI firm, and Amazon will use Amazon chips

Hugging Face is an artificial intelligence company that has partnered with, which launched a cloud business. The collaboration intends to make it easier to run thousands of AI models on Amazon’s customized processing processors.

Hugging Face, an artificial intelligence firm, has collaborated with (AMZN.O.), which opened a new tab cloud unit on Wednesday. The partnership aims to facilitate the running of thousands of AI models on Amazon’s specialized computer chips.

Hugging Face, valued at $4.5 billion, is funded by a number of companies, including Amazon, Nvidia (NVDA.O), and Alphabet’s Google (GOOGL.O), which opens a new tab. Hugging Face has developed into a center for AI researchers and developers to share chatbots and other AI software. Open-source AI models, like Meta Platforms’ (META.O) model, are mostly obtained and modified by developers there. It opens a new tab for Llama 3.

However, after modifying an open-source AI model, programmers usually wish to incorporate the model into a software product.

Hugging Face and Amazon announced on Wednesday that they had teamed up to enable this on a specially designed AWS chip known as Inferentia2.

Head of product and growth at Hugging Face Jeff Boudier stated, “One thing that’s very important to us is efficiency—making sure that as many people as possible can run models and that they can run them in the most cost-effective way.”

AWS, on the other hand, wants to get more AI developers to use its cloud services to provide AI. Although Nvidia is the industry leader in model training, AWS contends that its chips can eventually run those learned models—a process known as inference—at a cheaper cost.

“These models are trained perhaps once a month. However, you might be using inference tens of thousands of times every hour against them. Inferentia2 truly excels in such a situation, according to Matt Wood, AWS’s product manager for artificial intelligence.

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