AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

How InpharmD uses Amazon Kendra and Amazon Lex to drive evidence-based patient care

The intersection of DI and AI: Drug information refers to the discovery, use, and management of healthcare and medical information. Healthcare providers have many challenges associated with drug information discovery, such as intensive time involvement, lack of accessibility, and accuracy of reliable data. The average clinical query requires a literature search that takes an average of 18.5 hours. In addition, drug information often lies in disparate information silos, behind pay walls and design walls, and quickly becomes stale.

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Control formality in machine translated text using Amazon Translate

Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, affordable, and customizable language translation. Amazon Translate now supports formality customization. This feature allows you to customize the level of formality in your translation output. At the time of writing, the formality customization feature is available for six target languages: French, German, Hindi, Italian, […]

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Bongo Learn provides real-time feedback to improve learning outcomes with Amazon Transcribe

Real-time feedback helps drive learning. This is especially important for designing presentations, learning new languages, and strengthening other essential skills that are critical to succeed in today’s workplace. However, many students and lifelong learners lack access to effective face-to-face instruction to hone these skills. In addition, with the rapid adoption of remote learning, educators are […]

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Prepare time series data with Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler

Time series data is widely present in our lives. Stock prices, house prices, weather information, and sales data captured over time are just a few examples. As businesses increasingly look for new ways to gain meaningful insights from time-series data, the ability to visualize data and apply desired transformations are fundamental steps. However, time-series data […]

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Automate a shared bikes and scooters classification model with Amazon SageMaker Autopilot

Amazon SageMaker Autopilot makes it possible for organizations to quickly build and deploy an end-to-end machine learning (ML) model and inference pipeline with just a few lines of code or even without any code at all with Amazon SageMaker Studio. Autopilot offloads the heavy lifting of configuring infrastructure and the time it takes to build […]

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Apply profanity masking in Amazon Translate

Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, affordable, and customizable language translation. This post shows how you can mask profane words and phrases with a grawlix string (“?$#@$”). Amazon Translate typically chooses clean words for your translation output. But in some situations, you want to prevent words that are commonly […]

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How Süddeutsche Zeitung optimized their audio narration process with Amazon Polly

This is a guest post by Jakob Kohl, a Software Developer at the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Süddeutsche Zeitung is one of the leading quality dailies in Germany when it comes to paid subscriptions and unique users. Its website, SZ.de, reaches more than 15 million monthly unique users as of October 2021. Thanks to smart speakers and […]

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Reduce costs and complexity of ML preprocessing with Amazon S3 Object Lambda

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an object storage service that offers industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance. Often, customers have objects in S3 buckets that need further processing to be used effectively by consuming applications. Data engineers must support these application-specific data views with trade-offs between persisting derived copies or transforming data […]

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Extract entities from insurance documents using Amazon Comprehend named entity recognition

Intelligent document processing (IDP) is a common use case for customers on AWS. You can utilize Amazon Comprehend and Amazon Textract for a variety of use cases ranging from document extraction, data classification, and entity extraction. One specific industry that uses IDP is insurance. They use IDP to automate data extraction for common use cases such as claims intake, […]

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Implement MLOps using AWS pre-trained AI Services with AWS Organizations

The AWS Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) framework is an iterative and repetitive process for evolving AI models over time. Like DevOps, practitioners gain efficiencies promoting their artifacts through various environments (such as quality assurance, integration, and production) for quality control. In parallel, customers rapidly adopt multi-account strategies through AWS Organizations and AWS Control Tower to […]

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