Amazon is hiring AI engineers to build a search interface like ChatGPT


Amazon is preparing to develop and implement a new “search” functionality for its online web store that includes a ChatGPT-like interface.

a couple of job postings ago speckled The company’s plans have been reported by Bloomberg, which states in clear language that Amazon intends to revamp its long-defunct search feature.

in the job Entry For “Senior Technical Program Manager,” the company says:

“We are working on a new AI-first initiative to reimagine the way we conduct search through the use of next-generation deep learning techniques at scale.”

Salaries for this position, which requires at least seven years of experience working directly with engineering teams, range from $119,000 to $231,400 per year, depending on the applicant’s location.

second job Entry, it pays between $134,500 and $261,500 per year for a “Senior SDE, Machine Learning (ML), Amazon Search” position, adding more details. It states that this initiative will be a “once in a generational change for search” and that the company intends to deliver to customers immediately:

“We’re re-imagining Amazon Search with an interactive conversational experience that helps you find answers to product questions, compare products, get personalized product suggestions and much more, so that it’s easy to find the right product for your needs.” to get the right product.”

Combined, the posting makes it clear that the company plans to implement high-level changes to the way its search feature works.

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Also note, Amazon recently started It has its own “Baserock” artificial intelligence (AI) foundational models., Bedrock was designed as a “serverless” AI service, allowing customers to build their own ChatGPT-like models.

Amazon’s own “Titan” chatbot service was announced alongside Bedrock. Company vice president Bratin Saha told reporters that Amazon is using “a fine-tuned version” of Titan for search results on the company’s homepage; It is not clear whether this is related to the recent job posting. Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for more information.

The timing of these announcements is not surprising. OpenAI has caused a stir in the generative AI space since launching its ChatGPT service in March.

So far, the aggressive growth seems to be paying off. Generative AI technology seems to be affecting almost every field – from journalism, where several media outlets have experimented with AI-generated reporting, to for cryptocurrency and blockchain, In the latter area, cryptocurrency and blockchain development, almost every segment of business, and community participation Affected by Generative AI.

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