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Category: Artificial Intelligence

Accelerating AI/ML development at BMW Group with Amazon SageMaker Studio

This post is co-written with Marc Neumann, Amor Steinberg and Marinus Krommenhoek from BMW Group. The BMW Group – headquartered in Munich, Germany – is driven by 149,000 employees worldwide and manufactures in over 30 production and assembly facilities across 15 countries. Today, the BMW Group is the world’s leading manufacturer of premium automobiles and […]

Automating product description generation with Amazon Bedrock

In today’s ever-evolving world of ecommerce, the influence of a compelling product description cannot be overstated. It can be the decisive factor that turns a potential visitor into a paying customer or sends them clicking off to a competitor’s site. The manual creation of these descriptions across a vast array of products is a labor-intensive […]

Canvas Shutdown on Idle Architecture

Optimizing costs for Amazon SageMaker Canvas with automatic shutdown of idle apps

Amazon SageMaker Canvas is a rich, no-code Machine Learning (ML) and Generative AI workspace that has allowed customers all over the world to more easily adopt ML technologies to solve old and new challenges thanks to its visual, no-code interface. It does so by covering the ML workflow end-to-end: whether you’re looking for powerful data […]

How SnapLogic built a text-to-pipeline application with Amazon Bedrock to translate business intent into action

This post was co-written with Greg Benson, Chief Scientist; Aaron Kesler, Sr. Product Manager; and Rich Dill, Enterprise Solutions Architect from SnapLogic. Many customers are building generative AI apps on Amazon Bedrock and Amazon CodeWhisperer to create code artifacts based on natural language. This use case highlights how large language models (LLMs) are able to […]

Amazon EC2 DL2q instance for cost-efficient, high-performance AI inference is now generally available

This is a guest post by A.K Roy from Qualcomm AI. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) DL2q instances, powered by Qualcomm AI 100 Standard accelerators, can be used to cost-efficiently deploy deep learning (DL) workloads in the cloud. They can also be used to develop and validate performance and accuracy of DL workloads that […]

Your guide to generative AI and ML at AWS re:Invent 2023

Yes, the AWS re:Invent season is upon us and as always, the place to be is Las Vegas! You marked your calendars, you booked your hotel, and you even purchased the airfare. Now all you need is some guidance on generative AI and machine learning (ML) sessions to attend at this twelfth edition of re:Invent. And although generative AI has appeared in previous events, this year we’re taking it to the next level. In addition to several exciting announcements during keynotes, most of the sessions in our track will feature generative AI in one form or another, so we can truly call our track “Generative AI and ML.” In this post, we give you a sense of how the track is organized and highlight a few sessions we think you’ll like. And although our track focuses on generative AI, many other tracks have related sessions. Use the “Generative AI” tag as you are browsing the session catalog to find them.

RAG -Retrieval Augmented Generation

Build a contextual chatbot for financial services using Amazon SageMaker JumpStart, Llama 2 and Amazon OpenSearch Serverless with Vector Engine

The financial service (FinServ) industry has unique generative AI requirements related to domain-specific data, data security, regulatory controls, and industry compliance standards. In addition, customers are looking for choices to select the most performant and cost-effective machine learning (ML) model and the ability to perform necessary customization (fine-tuning) to fit their business use cases. Amazon […]

Build well-architected IDP solutions with a custom lens – Part 1: Operational excellence

The IDP Well-Architected Lens is intended for all AWS customers who use AWS to run intelligent document processing (IDP) solutions and are searching for guidance on how to build secure, efficient, and reliable IDP solutions on AWS. Building a production-ready solution in the cloud involves a series of trade-offs between resources, time, customer expectation, and […]

Build well-architected IDP solutions with a custom lens – Part 2: Security

Building a production-ready solution in AWS involves a series of trade-offs between resources, time, customer expectation, and business outcome. The AWS Well-Architected Framework helps you understand the benefits and risks of decisions you make while building workloads on AWS. By using the Framework, you will learn current operational and architectural recommendations for designing and operating […]

Build well-architected IDP solutions with a custom lens – Part 3: Reliability

The IDP Well-Architected Custom Lens is intended for all AWS customers who use AWS to run intelligent document processing (IDP) solutions and are searching for guidance on how to build a secure, efficient, and reliable IDP solution on AWS. Building a production-ready solution in the cloud involves a series of trade-offs between resources, time, customer […]