AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Hierarchical Forecasting using Amazon SageMaker

Time series forecasting is a common problem in machine learning (ML) and statistics. Some common day-to-day use cases of time series forecasting involve predicting product sales, item demand, component supply, service tickets, and all as a function of time. More often than not, time series data follows a hierarchical aggregation structure. For example, in retail, […]

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Live transcriptions of F1 races using Amazon Transcribe

The Formula 1 (F1) live steaming service, F1 TV, has live automated closed captions in three different languages: English, Spanish, and French. For the 2021 season, FORMULA 1 has achieved another technological breakthrough, building a fully automated workflow to create closed captions in three languages and broadcasting to 85 territories using Amazon Transcribe. Amazon Transcribe […]

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AWS Deep Learning AMIs: New framework-specific DLAMIs for production complement the original multi-framework DLAMIs

Since its launch in November 2017, the AWS Deep Learning Amazon Machine Image (DLAMI) has been the preferred method for running deep learning frameworks on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). For deep learning practitioners and learners who want to accelerate deep learning in the cloud, the DLAMI comes pre-installed with AWS-optimized deep learning (DL) frameworks […]

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Clinical text mining using the Amazon Comprehend Medical new SNOMED CT API

Mining medical concepts from written clinical text, such as patient encounters, plays an important role in clinical analytics and decision-making applications, such as population analytics for providers, pre-authorization for payers, and adverse-event detection for pharma companies. Medical concepts contain medical conditions, medications, procedures, and other clinical events. Extracting medical concepts is a complicated process due […]

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Plan the locations of green car charging stations with an Amazon SageMaker built-in algorithm

While the fuel economy of new gasoline or diesel-powered vehicles improves every year, green vehicles are considered even more environmentally friendly because they’re powered by alternative fuel or electricity. Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), battery only electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), hydrogen cars, and solar cars are all considered types of green vehicles. […]

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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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AWS BugBust sets the Guinness World Record for the largest bug fixing challenge

AWS BugBust is the first global bug-busting challenge for developers to eliminate 1 million software bugs and save $100 million in technical debt for their organizations. AWS BugBust allows you to create and manage private events that transform and gamify the process of finding and fixing bugs in your software. With automated code analysis, built-in […]

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Announcing support for extracting data from identity documents using Amazon Textract

Creating efficiencies in your business is at the top of your list. You want your employees to be more productive, have them focus on high impact tasks, or find ways to implement better processes to improve the outcomes to your customers. There are various ways to solve this problem, and more companies are turning to […]

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Roundup of re:Invent 2021 Amazon SageMaker announcements

At re:Invent 2021, AWS announced several new Amazon SageMaker features that make machine learning (ML) accessible to new types of users while continuing to increase performance and reduce cost for data scientists and ML experts. In this post, we provide a summary of these announcements, along with resources for you to get more details on […]

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Enrich your content and metadata to enhance your search experience with custom document enrichment in Amazon Kendra

Amazon Kendra customers can now enrich document metadata and content during the document ingestion process using custom document enrichment (CDE). Amazon Kendra is an intelligent search service powered by machine learning (ML). Amazon Kendra reimagines search for your websites and applications so your employees and customers can easily find the content they’re looking for, even […]

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