AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Amazon Augmented AI

Detect abnormal equipment behavior and review predictions using Amazon Lookout for Equipment and Amazon A2I

Companies that operate and maintain a broad range of industrial machinery such as generators, compressors, and turbines are constantly working to improve operational efficiency and avoid unplanned downtime due to component failure. They invest heavily in physical sensors (tags), data connectivity, data storage, and data visualization to monitor the condition of their equipment and get […]

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Reviewing online fraud using Amazon Fraud Detector and Amazon A2I

Each year, organizations lose tens of billions of dollars to online fraud globally. Organizations such as ecommerce companies and credit card companies use machine learning (ML) to detect online fraud. Some of the most common types of online fraud include email account compromise (personal or business), new account fraud, and non-payment or non-delivery (including card […]

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This month in AWS Machine Learning: January edition

Hello and welcome to our first “This month in AWS Machine Learning” of 2021! Every day there is something new going on in the world of AWS Machine Learning—from launches to new to use cases to interactive trainings. We’re packaging some of the not-to-miss information from the ML Blog and beyond for easy perusing each […]

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Focusing on disaster response with Amazon Augmented AI and Mechanical Turk

It’s easy to distinguish a lake from a flood. But when you’re looking at an aerial photograph, factors like angle, altitude, cloud cover, and context can make the task more difficult. And when you need to identify 100,000 aerial images in order to give first responders the information they need to accelerate disaster response efforts? […]

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Amazon Augmented AI is now a HIPAA eligible service

Amazon Augmented AI (Amazon A2I) is now a HIPAA eligible service. Amazon A2I makes it easy to build the workflows required for human review of machine learning (ML) predictions. HIPPA eligibility applies to AWS Regions where the service is available and means you can use Amazon A2I add human review of protected health information (PHI) […]

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Building an end-to-end intelligent document processing solution using AWS

As organizations grow larger in size, so does the need for having better document processing. In industries such as healthcare, legal, insurance, and banking, the continuous influx of paper-based or PDF documents (like invoices, health charts, and insurance claims) have pushed businesses to consider evolving their document processing capabilities. In such scenarios, businesses and organizations […]

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Using Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels and Amazon A2I for detecting pizza slices and augmenting predictions

Customers need machine learning (ML) models to detect objects that are interesting for their business. In most cases doing so is hard as these models need thousands of labeled images and deep learning expertise.  Generating this data can take months to gather, and can require large teams of labelers to prepare it for use. In […]

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Build alerting and human review for images using Amazon Rekognition and Amazon A2I

The volume of user-generated content (UGC) and third-party content has been increasing substantially in sectors like social media, ecommerce, online advertising, and photo sharing. However, such content needs to be reviewed to ensure that end-users aren’t exposed to inappropriate or offensive material, such as nudity, violence, adult products, or disturbing images. Today, some companies simply […]

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Automated monitoring of your machine learning models with Amazon SageMaker Model Monitor and sending predictions to human review workflows using Amazon A2I

When machine learning (ML) is deployed in production, monitoring the model is important for maintaining the quality of predictions. Although the statistical properties of the training data are known in advance, real-life data can gradually deviate over time and impact the prediction results of your model, a phenomenon known as data drift. Detecting these conditions […]

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Improving speech-to-text transcripts from Amazon Transcribe using custom vocabularies and Amazon Augmented AI

Businesses and organizations are increasingly using video and audio content for a variety of functions, such as advertising, customer service, media post-production, employee training, and education. As the volume of multimedia content generated by these activities proliferates, businesses are demanding high-quality transcripts of video and audio to organize files, enable text queries, and improve accessibility […]

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