AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Accelerating MLOps at Bayer Crop Science with Kubeflow Pipelines and Amazon SageMaker

This is a guest post by the data science team at Bayer Crop Science.  Farmers have always collected and evaluated a large amount of data with each growing season: seeds planted, crop protection inputs applied, crops harvested, and much more. The rise of data science and digital technologies provides farmers with a wealth of new […]

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Implementing a custom labeling GUI with built-in processing logic with Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth

Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth is a fully managed data labeling service that makes it easy to build highly accurate training datasets for machine learning. It offers easy access to Amazon Mechanical Turk and private human labelers, and provides them with built-in workflows and interfaces for common labeling tasks. A labeling team may wish to use […]

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Building a secure search application with access controls using Amazon Kendra

For many enterprises, critical business information is often stored as unstructured data scattered across multiple content repositories. Not only is it challenging for organizations to make this information available to employees when they need it, but it’s also difficult to do so securely so relevant information is available to the right employees or employee groups. […]

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Extracting buildings and roads from AWS Open Data using Amazon SageMaker

Sharing data and computing in the cloud allows data users to focus on data analysis rather than data access. Open Data on AWS helps you discover and share public open datasets in the cloud. The Registry of Open Data on AWS hosts a large amount of public open data. The datasets range from genomics to climate to transportation […]

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How an important change in web standards impacts your image annotation jobs

Earlier in 2020, widely used browsers like Chrome and Firefox changed their default behavior for rotating images based on image metadata, referred to as EXIF data. Previously, images always displayed in browsers exactly how they’re stored on disk, which is typically unrotated. After the change, images now rotate according to a piece of image metadata […]

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How Foxconn built an end-to-end forecasting solution in two months with Amazon Forecast

This is a guest post by Foxconn. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.  In their own words, “Established in Taiwan in 1974, Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn) is the world’s largest electronics manufacturer. Foxconn is […]

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Control and audit data exploration activities with Amazon SageMaker Studio and AWS Lake Formation

Certain industries are required to audit all access to their data. This includes auditing exploratory activities performed by data scientists, who usually query data from within machine learning (ML) notebooks. This post walks you through the steps to implement access control and auditing capabilities on a per-user basis, using Amazon SageMaker Studio notebooks and AWS […]

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Building and deploying an object detection computer vision application at the edge with AWS Panorama

Computer vision (CV) is sought after technology among companies looking to take advantage of machine learning (ML) to improve their business processes. Enterprises have access to large amounts of video assets from their existing cameras, but the data remains largely untapped without the right tools to gain insights from it. CV provides the tools to […]

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Population health applications with Amazon HealthLake – Part 1: Analytics and monitoring using Amazon QuickSight

Healthcare has recently been transformed by two remarkable innovations: Medical Interoperability and machine learning (ML). Medical Interoperability refers to the ability to share healthcare information across multiple systems. To take advantage of these transformations, we launched a new HIPAA-eligible healthcare service, Amazon HealthLake, now in preview at re:Invent 2020. In the re:Invent announcement, we talk […]

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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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