Category: Artificial Intelligence
No more guessing if GPU capacity will be available when you launch ML jobs! EC2 Capacity Blocks for ML let you lock in GPU reservations so you can start tasks on time. Learn how to integrate Caacity Blocks into AWS ParallelCluster to optimize your workflow in our latest technical blog post.
In this post, we show how Reezocar uses computer vision to change the way they detect damage and price used vehicles for re-sale in secondary markets. This reduces landfill and helps achieve the goals of the circular economy.
In this post we’ll show you how the NFL used AWS to scale their ML workloads and produce the first comprehensive dataset of helmet impacts across multiple NFL seasons. They were able to reduce manual labor by 90% and the results beats human labelers in accuracy by 12%!
In this blog post, we catch a glimpse into drug discovery to see how Evolvere Biosciences has deployed a customized architecture w/ AWS Batch and Nextflow to quickly and easily run its macromolecule design pipeline.
Data Science workflows at insitro: how redun uses the advanced service features from AWS Batch and AWS Glue
Matt Rasmussen, VP of Software Engineering at insitro, expands on his first post on redun, insitro’s data science tool for bioinformatics, to describe how redun makes use of advanced AWS features. Specifically, Matt describes how AWS Batch’s Array Jobs is used to support workflows with large fan-out, and how AWS Glue’s DynamicFrame is used to run computationally heterogenous workflows with different back-end needs such as Spark, all in the same workflow definition.
Matt Rasmussen, VP of Software Engineering at insitro describes their recently released, open-source data science framework, redun, which allows data scientists to define complex scientific workflows that scale from their laptop to large-scale distributed runs on serverless platforms like AWS Batch and AWS Glue. I this post, Matt shows how redun lends itself to Bioinformatics workflows which typically involve wrapping Unix-based programs that require file staging to and from object storage. In the next blog post, Matt describes how redun scales to large and heterogenous workflows by leveraging AWS Batch features such as Array Jobs and AWS Glue features such as Glue DynamicFrame.
Batch processing is a common need across varied machine learning use cases such as video production, financial modeling, drug discovery, or genomic research. The elasticity of the cloud provides efficient ways to scale and simplify batch processing workloads while cutting costs. In this post, you’ll learn a scalable and cost-effective approach to configure AWS Batch Array jobs to process datasets that are stored on Amazon S3 and presented to compute instances with Amazon FSx for Lustre.