AWS unveils Amazon Q in QuickSight to add more generative AI

November 29, 2023

The tech giant's new generative AI chatbot could help more employees within organizations work with data by enabling them to query and analyze data using conversational language.

AWS on Tuesday launched the public preview of new generative AI capabilities in QuickSight, the tech giant's analytics platform.

AWS CEO Adam Selipsky unveiled Amazon Q during his keynote at AWS re:Invent 2023, the company's user conference in Las Vegas.

Amazon Q is AWS' version of a generative AI-driven chatbot, similar to Microsoft's Copilot and Duet AI from Google. And just as Microsoft and Google are doing with Copilot and Duet AI, respectively, AWS is planning to integrate Amazon Q with some existing platforms, including QuickSight.

Doug Henschen, an analyst at Constellation Research, called Amazon Q the most significant of the generative AI capabilities unveiled by Selipsky, noting that it will not only enable conversational interactions but also apply machine learning to understand a user's needs.


While many analytics vendors have focused on natural language query as a means of incorporating generative AI, many data management vendors have used LLMs to develop text-to-code translation capabilities.

Dremio and Monte Carlo were among the first, in June, and since then many others have followed.

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