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AWS adds Mistral Large model to Amazon Bedrock

Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to expand Amazon Bedrock, its managed service for generative AI offerings and application development, with additional models. The company announced that Mistral Large is now publicly available so customers can develop their AI apps. This move follows an analogous move a month ago when AWS added Mistral 7B and Mixtral 8x7B to Bedrock.

“By introducing Mistral AI models to Amazon Bedrock, customers will gain access to the latest and advanced generative AI technologies in addition to easy accessibility to enterprise-class tools and features – all in a secure and personal environment,” says Vasi Philomin, vice chairman of generative AI, AWS, said in a blog post.

Released in February, Mistral Large is Mistral AI's state-of-the-art text generation model for complex multilingual reasoning tasks equivalent to text comprehension, transformation and code generation. The model is considered one of the top-rated models generally available via an API. It is natively fluent in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian, has a 32K token context window, has a precise command sequence that permits developers to create their moderation policies, and is natively able to to call up functions.

“Our mission is to make frontier AI ubiquitous, and to realize this mission we wish to partner with the world's leading cloud provider to distribute our leading-edge models,” noted Arthur Mensch, CEO of Mistral AI, in a press release . “We have a protracted and deep relationship with AWS and by strengthening that relationship today, we’ll have the opportunity to supply tailored AI to builders world wide.”

All Mistral models can be found today within the US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon) and EU West 3 (Paris) regions. Bedrock joins other model providers including Anthropic, AI21 Labs, Cohere, Meta, Stability AI and Amazon.

However, the AWS-Mistral partnership doesn’t end there. Amazon announced that Mistral AI will use its Tranium and Inferentia silicon chips to construct and deploy future base models.

And yet another thing: Amazon Bedrock is now available in France. This means developers within the country can access all supported LLMs and base models, but could be confident that data stays protected and secure inside French borders.


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