AWS for Industries

Category: Artificial Intelligence

In the News: With machine learning, manufacturing giant 3M innovates products old and new

The below article originally appeared in WIRED. IN 1916, the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, or 3M, opened its first research lab, a closet-sized space in its St. Paul sandpaper factory. A series of incidents across the first 14 years of the company’s existence—one involving a shipment of sandpaper botched in transit by a spilled […]

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Automating claims adjudication workflows using Amazon Textract and Amazon Comprehend Medical

When a medical claim is submitted, the insurance provider must process the claim to determine the correct financial responsibility of the insurance provider and the patient. The process to determine this is broadly known as claims adjudication. It involves creating a claims processing workflow that checks each claim for authenticity, correctness, and validity based on […]

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In the News: Today’s in-flight experience is brought to you by machine learning

The below article originally appeared in WIRED.  Inflight entertainment in the pre-internet era was limited to the books and magazines that could be crammed into a passenger’s carry-on—or bought last-minute at the airport. But today, from the array of entertainment options to inflight Wi-Fi, technology has made today’s flying experience markedly more enjoyable. Now, Panasonic […]

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Evolution of the cloud journey in the world of travel

It is next to impossible to have any technology-related discussion in today’s world without a direct or indirect reference to the cloud. However, the adoption journey in some industries such as travel has not been as rapid as in some other industries like Finance, Entertainment, Retail, or Manufacturing, just to name a few. In this […]

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Predict patient health outcomes using OHDSI and machine learning on AWS

Build a machine learning model to predict the likelihood of stroke in a patient with newly diagnosed atrial fibrillation In healthcare, patient outcome prediction is a critical step in improving the effectiveness of care delivery while reducing its overall cost.  Being able to accurately forecast what will happen next to patients, at scale, is key […]

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The future of air travel retailing

Travel is a personal experience, whether you are traveling for leisure, business, or a combination of both. When people travel, they dream about exotic places, the opportunity to meet new people, make connections, create partnerships, or drive new business. There are thousands of travel technology topics I could write about, but with the IATA Airline […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019 – Travel and Hospitality Industry Guide

*Updated Oct 24, 2019 AWS re:Invent is a conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud computing community. The event features keynote announcements, training and certification opportunities, access to more than 2,000 technical sessions, a partner expo, after-hours events, and so much more. re:Invent 2019 will take place Dec 2-6 in Las Vegas. […]

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In the News: Cerner, Aidoc, and Arterys use AWS machine learning to improve healthcare

WIRED just published a story about how leading healthcare organizations like Cerner, Aidoc, and Arterys are using AWS machine learning to provide faster, more accurate diagnosis, improve clinical workflows, and streamline patient care.  With Amazon SageMaker at the core, these organizations are leveraging a wide variety of AWS Cloud services, which allows them to focus […]

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A Travel Tech CEO’s journey from cloud skeptic to evangelist

As CEO of 3Victors, a travel big data AI startup, who spent the better part of his career solving tricky digital problems by tuning software to squeeze maximum performance from racks of bare metal computers, I was more than a bit skeptical of cloud computing. First, let me provide a little insight into my company […]

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Achieve Healthcare Interoperability by integrating Amazon Comprehend Medical with FHIR

Healthcare interoperability is a major initiative across all stakeholders of the healthcare ecosystem, and the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard has opened the doors for a modern approach to sharing such information. I have frequently heard from healthcare customers that they want to make a difference in patients’ lives by sharing the most relevant […]

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