AWS Machine Learning Blog

Scan Amazon S3 buckets for content moderation using S3 Batch and Amazon Rekognition

Dealing with content in large scale is often challenging, costly, and a heavy lift operation. The volume of user-generated and third-party content has been increasing substantially in industries like social media, ecommerce, online advertising, and media sharing. Customers may want to review this content to ensure that it follows corporate governance and regulations. But they […]

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Gamify Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth labeling workflows via a bar chart race

Labeling is an indispensable stage of data preprocessing in supervised learning. Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth is a fully managed data labeling service that makes it easy to build highly accurate training datasets for machine learning. Ground Truth helps improve the quality of labels through annotation consolidation and audit workflows. Ground Truth is easy to use, […]

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HawkEye 360 predicts vessel risk using the Deep Graph Library and Amazon Neptune

This post is co-written by Ian Avilez and Tim Pavlick from HawkEye 360. HawkEye 360 is a commercial radio frequency (RF) constellation, data, and analytics provider. Their signals of interest include very high frequency (VHF) push-to-talk radios, maritime radar systems, Automatic Identification System (AIS) beacons, emergency beacons, and more. The signals of interest library will […]

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Amazon Personalize can now unlock intrinsic signals in your catalog to recommend similar items

Today, we’re excited to announce a new similar items recommendation recipe (aws-similar-items) in Amazon Personalize that helps you leverage your users’ interaction histories and what you know about the items in your catalog to deliver relevant recommendations. Across Amazon, we provide personalized experiences for each of our users, and based on a user’s interests, we […]

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How NSF’s iHARP researchers are enabling active learning for polar ice analysis using Amazon SageMaker and Amazon A2I

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Bina lab is a multidisciplinary research lab for employing advanced computer vision, machine learning (ML), and remote sensing techniques to discover new knowledge of our environment, especially in the Arctic and Antarctic regions. The lab’s work is supported by NSF BIGDATA awards (IIS-1947584, IIS-1838230), the NSF HDR Institute award […]

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How Imperva expedites ML development and collaboration via Amazon SageMaker notebooks

This is a guest post by Imperva, a solutions provider for cybersecurity.  Imperva is a cybersecurity leader, headquartered in California, USA, whose mission is to protect data and all paths to it. In the last few years, we’ve been working on integrating machine learning (ML) into our products. This includes detecting malicious activities in databases, […]

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Organize product data to your taxonomy with Amazon SageMaker

When companies deal with data that comes from various sources or the collection of this data has changed over time, the data often becomes difficult to organize. Perhaps you have product category names that are similar but don’t match, and on your website you want to surface these products as a group. Therefore, you need […]

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Train and deploy deep learning models using JAX with Amazon SageMaker

Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed service that enables developers and data scientists to quickly and easily build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) models at any scale. Typically, you can use the pre-built and optimized training and inference containers that have been optimized for AWS hardware. Although those containers cover many deep learning workloads, […]

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How to approach conversation design: Getting started with Amazon Lex (Part 2)

As you plan your new Amazon Lex application, the following conversation design best practices can help your team succeed in creating a great customer experience. In our previous post, we discussed how to create the foundation for good conversation design. We explored the business value of good conversational design and provided some tips on building a team. We also talked about the importance of identifying use cases to create an informed foundation for your conversational interfaces. Throughout our series, we emphasize the importance of keeping the customer at the focus of your design process—this will improve the customer experience.

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Build conversational experiences for credit card services using Amazon Lex

New trends are shaping the credit card industry as shopping habits have rapidly evolved over the last 18 months. The pandemic has accelerated the move away from cash towards cards. Card issuers are transforming their products to better serve cardmembers through innovations such as contactless payments and mobile wallet. The rapid change in consumer behavior […]

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