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Automate the deployment of an Amazon Forecast time-series forecasting model

Time series forecasting refers to the process of predicting future values of time series data (data that is collected at regular intervals over time). Simple methods for time series forecasting use historical values of the same variable whose future values need to be predicted, whereas more complex, machine learning (ML)-based methods use additional information, such […]

Implement backup and recovery using an event-driven serverless architecture with Amazon SageMaker Studio

Amazon SageMaker Studio is the first fully integrated development environment (IDE) for ML. It provides a single, web-based visual interface where you can perform all machine learning (ML) development steps required to build, train, tune, debug, deploy, and monitor models. It gives data scientists all the tools you need to take ML models from experimentation […]

Build end-to-end document processing pipelines with Amazon Textract IDP CDK Constructs

Intelligent document processing (IDP) with AWS helps automate information extraction from documents of different types and formats, quickly and with high accuracy, without the need for machine learning (ML) skills. Faster information extraction with high accuracy can help you make quality business decisions on time, while reducing overall costs. For more information, refer to Intelligent […]

Automate Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels model training and deployment using AWS Step Functions

With Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels, you can have Amazon Rekognition train a custom model for object detection or image classification specific to your business needs. For example, Rekognition Custom Labels can find your logo in social media posts, identify your products on store shelves, classify machine parts in an assembly line, distinguish healthy and infected […]

Bring legacy machine learning code into Amazon SageMaker using AWS Step Functions

Tens of thousands of AWS customers use AWS machine learning (ML) services to accelerate their ML development with fully managed infrastructure and tools. For customers who have been developing ML models on premises, such as their local desktop, they want to migrate their legacy ML models to the AWS Cloud to fully take advantage of […]

Real-time fraud detection using AWS serverless and machine learning services

Online fraud has a widespread impact on businesses and requires an effective end-to-end strategy to detect and prevent new account fraud and account takeovers, and stop suspicious payment transactions. In this post, we show a serverless approach to detect online transaction fraud in near-real time. We show how you can apply this approach to various data streaming and event-driven architectures, depending on the desired outcome and actions to take to prevent fraud (such as alert the user about the fraud or flag the transaction for additional review).

How Marubeni is optimizing market decisions using AWS machine learning and analytics

This post is co-authored with Hernan Figueroa, Sr. Manager Data Science at Marubeni Power International. Marubeni Power International Inc (MPII) owns and invests in power business platforms in the Americas. An important vertical for MPII is asset management for renewable energy and energy storage assets, which are critical to reduce the carbon intensity of our […]

How to redact PII data in conversation transcripts

Customer service interactions often contain personally identifiable information (PII) such as names, phone numbers, and dates of birth. As organizations incorporate machine learning (ML) and analytics into their applications, using this data can provide insights on how to create more seamless customer experiences. However, the presence of PII information often restricts the use of this […]

Automated exploratory data analysis and model operationalization framework with a human in the loop

Identifying, collecting, and transforming data is the foundation for machine learning (ML). According to a Forbes survey, there is widespread consensus among ML practitioners that data preparation accounts for approximately 80% of the time spent in developing a viable ML model. In addition, many of our customers face several challenges during the model operationalization phase […]

Automate your time series forecasting in Snowflake using Amazon Forecast

This post is a joint collaboration with Andries Engelbrecht and James Sun of Snowflake, Inc. The cloud computing revolution has enabled businesses to capture and retain corporate and organizational data without capacity planning or data retention constraints. Now, with diverse and vast reserves of longitudinal data, companies are increasingly able to find novel and impactful […]