AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Retrieval-Augmented Generation with LangChain, Amazon SageMaker JumpStart, and MongoDB Atlas Semantic Search

Generative AI models have the potential to revolutionize enterprise operations, but businesses must carefully consider how to harness their power while overcoming challenges such as safeguarding data and ensuring the quality of AI-generated content. The Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) framework augments prompts with external data from multiple sources, such as document repositories, databases, or APIs, to […]

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Build a foundation model (FM) powered customer service bot with agents for Amazon Bedrock

From enhancing the conversational experience to agent assistance, there are plenty of ways that generative artificial intelligence (AI) and foundation models (FMs) can help deliver faster, better support. With the increasing availability and diversity of FMs, it’s difficult to experiment and keep up-to-date with the latest model versions. Amazon Bedrock is a fully managed service […]

Philips accelerates development of AI-enabled healthcare solutions with an MLOps platform built on Amazon SageMaker

This is a joint blog with AWS and Philips. Philips is a health technology company focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation. Since 2014, the company has been offering customers its Philips HealthSuite Platform, which orchestrates dozens of AWS services that healthcare and life sciences companies use to improve patient care. It partners with […]

Fine-tune Whisper models on Amazon SageMaker with LoRA

Whisper is an Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) model that has been trained using 680,000 hours of supervised data from the web, encompassing a range of languages and tasks. One of its limitations is the low-performance on low-resource languages such as Marathi language and Dravidian languages, which can be remediated with fine-tuning. However, fine-tuning a Whisper […]

Use foundation models to improve model accuracy with Amazon SageMaker

Determining the value of housing is a classic example of using machine learning (ML). In this post, we discuss the use of an open-source model specifically designed for the task of visual question answering (VQA). With VQA, you can ask a question of a photo using natural language and receive an answer to your question—also in plain language. Our goal in this post is to inspire and demonstrate what is possible using this technology.

Implement a custom AutoML job using pre-selected algorithms in Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning

AutoML allows you to derive rapid, general insights from your data right at the beginning of a machine learning (ML) project lifecycle. Understanding up front which preprocessing techniques and algorithm types provide best results reduces the time to develop, train, and deploy the right model. It plays a crucial role in every model’s development process […]

Best prompting practices for using the Llama 2 Chat LLM through Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

Llama 2 stands at the forefront of AI innovation, embodying an advanced auto-regressive language model developed on a sophisticated transformer foundation. It’s tailored to address a multitude of applications in both the commercial and research domains with English as the primary linguistic concentration. Its model parameters scale from an impressive 7 billion to a remarkable […]

Principal Financial Group uses AWS Post Call Analytics solution to extract omnichannel customer insights

An established financial services firm with over 140 years in business, Principal is a global investment management leader and serves more than 62 million customers around the world. Principal is conducting enterprise-scale near-real-time analytics to deliver a seamless and hyper-personalized omnichannel customer experience on their mission to make financial security accessible for all. They are […]

Foundational vision models and visual prompt engineering for autonomous driving applications

Prompt engineering has become an essential skill for anyone working with large language models (LLMs) to generate high-quality and relevant texts. Although text prompt engineering has been widely discussed, visual prompt engineering is an emerging field that requires attention. Visual prompts can include bounding boxes or masks that guide vision models in generating relevant and […]

Flag harmful content using Amazon Comprehend toxicity detection

Online communities are driving user engagement across industries like gaming, social media, ecommerce, dating, and e-learning. Members of these online communities trust platform owners to provide a safe and inclusive environment where they can freely consume content and contribute. Content moderators are often employed to review user-generated content and check that it’s safe and compliant […]