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Category: Amazon Rekognition

Detect mitotic figures in whole slide images with Amazon Rekognition

Even after more than a hundred years after its introduction, histology remains the gold standard in tumor diagnosis and prognosis. Anatomic pathologists evaluate histology to stratify cancer patients into different groups depending on their tumor genotypes and phenotypes, and their clinical outcome [1,2]. However, human evaluation of histological slides is subjective and not repeatable [3]. […]

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Blur faces in videos automatically with Amazon Rekognition Video

With the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), customers and the general public have become increasingly aware of their privacy, as well as the value that it holds in today’s data-driven world. Enterprises are actively seeking out and marketing privacy-first solutions, especially in the Computer Vision (CV) domain. They need to reassure […]

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Identity verification using Amazon Rekognition

In-person user identity verification is slow to scale, costly, and high friction for users. Machine learning (ML) powered facial recognition technology can enable online user identity verification. Amazon Rekognition offers pre-trained facial recognition capabilities that you can quickly add to your user onboarding and authentication workflows to verify opted-in users’ identities online. No ML expertise […]

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Build a computer vision model using Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels and compare the results with a custom trained TensorFlow model

Building accurate computer vision models to detect objects in images requires deep knowledge of each step in the process—from labeling, processing, and preparing the training and validation data, to making the right model choice and tuning the model’s hyperparameters adequately to achieve the maximum accuracy. Fortunately, these complex steps are simplified by Amazon Rekognition Custom […]

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AWS computer vision and Amazon Rekognition: AWS recognized as an IDC MarketScape Leader in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan), up to 38% price cut, and major new features

Computer vision, the automatic recognition and description of documents, images, and videos, has far-reaching applications, from identifying defects in high-speed assembly lines, to intelligently automating document processing workflows, and identifying products and people in social media. AWS computer vision services, including Amazon Lookout for Vision, AWS Panorama, Amazon Rekognition, and Amazon Textract, help developers automate […]

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Your guide to AI and ML at AWS re:Invent 2021

It’s almost here! Only 9 days until AWS re:Invent 2021, and we’re very excited to share some highlights you might enjoy this year. The AI/ML team has been working hard to serve up some amazing content and this year, we have more session types for you to enjoy. Back in person, we now have chalk […]

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Automate detection of broken utility poles using the Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels SDK

Domestic infrastructure issues are a pain for everyone involved. Not only does it negatively affect customer satisfaction, it also has a cascading effect on businesses and their bottom line in terms of financials. Electric utility poles, for example, are an example of a cumbersome infrastructure issue to resolve. Normally, the standard wooden distribution pole is […]

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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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Build your own brand detection and visibility using Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth and Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels – Part 2: Training and analysis workflows

In Part 1 of this series, we showed how to build a brand detection solution using Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth and Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels. The solution was built on a serverless architecture with a custom user interface to identify a company brand or logo from video content and get an in-depth view of screen […]

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Explore image analysis results from Amazon Rekognition and store your findings in Amazon DocumentDB

When we analyze images, we may want to incorporate other metadata related to the image. Examples include when and where the image was taken, who took the image, as well as what is featured in the image. One way to represent this metadata is to use a JSON format, which is well-suited for a document […]

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