AWS Machine Learning Blog

Analyze customer churn probability using call transcription and customer profiles with Amazon SageMaker

Regardless of the industry or product, customers are the most important component in a business’s success and growth. Businesses go to great lengths to acquire and more importantly retain their existing customers. Customer satisfaction links directly to revenue growth, business credibility, and reputation. These are all key factors in a sustainable and long-term business growth […]

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Get started with the Amazon Kendra Amazon WorkDocs connector

Amazon Kendra is an intelligent search service powered by machine learning (ML). Amazon Kendra reimagines enterprise search for your websites and applications so your employees and customers can easily find the content they’re looking for, even when it’s scattered across multiple locations and content repositories within your organization. With Amazon Kendra, you can search through […]

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Orchestrate XGBoost ML Pipelines with Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow

The ability to scale machine learning operations (MLOps) at an enterprise is quickly becoming a competitive advantage in the modern economy. When firms started dabbling in ML, only the highest priority use cases were the focus. Businesses are now demanding more from ML practitioners: more intelligent features, delivered faster, and continually maintained over time. An […]

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Announcing specialized support for extracting data from invoices and receipts using Amazon Textract

Receipts and invoices are documents that are critical to small and medium businesses (SMBs), startups, and enterprises for managing their accounts payable processes. These types of documents are difficult to process at scale because they follow no set design rules, yet any individual customer encounters thousands of distinct types of these documents. In this post, […]

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Detect small shapes and objects within your images using Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels

There are multiple scenarios in which you may want to use computer vision to detect small objects or symbols within a given image. Whether it’s detecting company logos on grocery store shelves to manage inventory, detecting informative symbols on documents, or evaluating survey or quiz documents that contain checkmarks or shaded circles, the size ratio […]

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Bring your own container to project model accuracy drift with Amazon SageMaker Model Monitor

The world we live in is constantly changing, and so is the data that is collected to build models. One of the problems that is often seen in production environments is that the deployed model doesn’t behave the same way as it did during the training phase. This concept is generally called data drift or […]

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Detect defects and augment predictions using Amazon Lookout for Vision and Amazon A2I

With machine learning (ML), more powerful technologies have become available that can automate the task of detecting visual anomalies in a product. However, implementing such ML solutions is time-consuming and expensive because it involves managing and setting up complex infrastructure and having the right ML skills. Furthermore, ML applications need human oversight to ensure accuracy […]

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Automate annotation of image training data with Amazon Rekognition

Every machine learning (ML) model demands data to train it. If your model isn’t predicting Titanic survival or iris species, then acquiring a dataset might be one of the most time-consuming parts of your model-building process—second only to data cleaning. What data cleaning looks like varies from dataset to dataset. For example, the following is […]

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Simplify patient care with a custom voice assistant using Amazon Lex V2

For the past few decades, physician burnout has been a challenge in the healthcare industry. Although patient interaction and diagnosis are critical aspects of a physician’s job, administrative tasks are equally taxing and time-consuming. Physicians and clinicians must keep a detailed medical record for each patient. That record is stored in the hospital electronic health […]

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TC Energy builds an intelligent document processing workflow to process over 20 million images with Amazon AI

This is a guest post authored by Paul Ngo, US Gas Technical and Operational Services Data Team Lead at TC Energy. TC Energy operates a network of pipelines, including 57,900 miles of natural gas and 3,000 miles of oil and liquid pipelines, throughout North America. TC Energy enables a stable network of natural gas and […]

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