AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Protect PII using Amazon S3 Object Lambda to process and modify data during retrieval

Regulatory mandates, audit requirements, and security policies often call for data visibility and granular data control while using Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) for shared datasets. Because data on Amazon S3 is often accessible by multiple applications and teams, fine-grained access controls should be implemented to restrict privileged information such as personally identifiable information […]

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Build an Automatic Inventory Solution with public datasets and Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels

Inventorying store items is a general demand for retail stores and supermarkets. This is usually performed manually by counting items and visually checking the correct placement. Tracking changes in inventory helps business owners evaluate performance of each product, validate correct placement, and set future restocking plans. With the cloud making AI and machine learning (ML) […]

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Build regression models with Amazon Redshift ML

With the rapid growth of data, many organizations are finding it difficult to analyze their large datasets to gain insights. As businesses rely more and more on automation algorithms, machine learning (ML) has become a necessity to stay ahead of the competition. Amazon Redshift, a fast, fully managed, widely used cloud data warehouse, natively integrates […]

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Edelweiss improves cross-sell using machine learning on Amazon SageMaker

This post is co-written by Nikunj Agarwal, lead data scientist at Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance. Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance Company Ltd is a leading life insurance company in India. Its broad spectrum of offerings includes life insurance, health insurance, retirement policies, wealth enhancement schemes, education funding, and more. How are you being recommended a credit […]

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Interact with an Amazon Lex V2 bot with the AWS CLI, AWS SDK for Python (Boto3), and AWS SDK for DotNet

Amazon Lex is a service for building conversational interfaces into any application. The new Amazon Lex V2 console and APIs make it easier to build, deploy, and manage bots. The Amazon Lex V2 console and APIs provide a simple information architecture in which the bot intents and slot types are scoped to a specific language. […]

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DeepLearning.AI, Coursera, and AWS launch the new Practical Data Science Specialization with Amazon SageMaker

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Coursera, and DeepLearning.AI are excited to announce Practical Data Science, a three-course, 10-week, hands-on specialization designed for data professionals to quickly learn the essentials of machine learning (ML) in the AWS Cloud. DeepLearning.AI was founded in 2017 by Andrew Ng, an ML and education pioneer, to fill a need for world-class […]

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Use Amazon Translate in Amazon SageMaker Notebooks

Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, and affordable language translation in 71 languages and 4,970 language pairs. Amazon Translate is great for performing batch translation when you have large quantities of pre-existing text to translate and real-time translation when you want to deliver on-demand translations of content as a […]

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Build reusable, serverless inference functions for your Amazon SageMaker models using AWS Lambda layers and containers

December 1, 2021: Amazon SageMaker Serverless Inference (preview) is a new inference option that enables you to easily deploy machine learning models for inference without having to configure or manage the underlying infrastructure. Watch for upcoming further details and check out the official announcement to learn more! In AWS, you can host a trained model […]

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Automate weed detection in farm crops using Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels

Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels makes automated weed detection in crops easier. Instead of manually locating weeds, you can automate the process with Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels, which allows you to build machine learning (ML) models that can be trained with only a handful of images and yet are capable of accurately predicting which areas of […]

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Fine-tune and deploy the ProtBERT model for protein classification using Amazon SageMaker

Proteins, the key fundamental macromolecules governing in biological bodies, are composed of amino acids. These 20 essential amino acids, each represented by a capital letter, combine to form a protein sequence, which can be used to predict the subcellular localization (the location of protein in a cell) and structure of proteins. Figure 1: Protein Sequence […]

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