AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

AWS CloudTrail Integration is Now Available in Amazon Lex

Amazon Lex is now integrated with AWS CloudTrail, a service that enables you to log, continuously monitor, and retain events related to API calls across your AWS infrastructure, to provide a history of API calls for your account. Amazon Lex API calls are captured from the Amazon Lex console or from your API operations using […]

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Apache MXNet Release Candidate Introduces Support for Apple’s Core ML and Keras v1.2

Apache MXNet is an effort undergoing incubation at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Last week, the MXNet community introduced a release candidate for MXNet v0.11.0, its first as an incubating project, and the community is now voting on whether to accept this candidate as a release. It includes the following major feature enhancements: A Core […]

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Build Your Own Face Recognition Service Using Amazon Rekognition

Amazon Rekognition is a service that makes it easy to add image analysis to your applications. It’s based on the same proven, highly scalable, deep learning technology developed by Amazon’s computer vision scientists to analyze billions of images daily for Amazon Prime Photos. Facial recognition enables you to find similar faces in a large collection […]

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Analyze Emotion in Video Frame Samples Using Amazon Rekognition on AWS

This guest post is by AWS Community Hero Cyrus Wong. Cyrus is a Data Scientist at the Hong Kong Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee) Cloud Innovation Centre. He has achieved all 7 AWS Certifications and enjoys sharing his AWS knowledge with others through open-source projects, blog posts, and events. HowWhoFeelInVideo is an application that analyzes […]

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Create a Serverless Solution for Video Frame Analysis and Alerting

Imagine capturing frames off of live video streams, identifying objects within the frames, and then triggering actions or notifications based on the identified objects. Now imagine accomplishing all of this with low latency and without a single server to manage In this post, I present a serverless solution that uses Amazon Rekognition and other AWS […]

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Building a Reliable Text-to-Speech Service with Amazon Polly

Listen to this post Voiced by Amazon Polly This is a guest post by Yiannis Philipopoulos, a Software Developer at Bandwidth. In Yiannis’ words: “Bandwidth’s solutions are shaping the future of how we connect with voice and messaging for mobile apps and large-scale, enterprise-level solutions. At the core of Bandwidth’s business-grade Communications Platform as a […]

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Amazon Lex Now Supports Telephony Audio (8 kHz) for Increased Speech Recognition Accuracy

To increase the accuracy of speech recognition for conversations over the phone, Amazon Lex now supports telephony audio (8 kHz). You can now employ the same deep learning technology as Amazon Alexa to converse with your applications and fulfill the most common requests. Amazon Lex maintains context and dynamically manages the dialogue, adjusting responses based […]

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Voice-Enabled Mobile Bot Drives Auto Industry Innovation with Real-Time Trade-in Values for Vehicles

The Kelley Blue Book Bot allows users to get real-time Kelley Blue Book® Trade-In Value for vehicles using natural language. Users can interact with the chatbot in both voice and text. A simple question like, “Kelley Blue Book, can you tell me the trade-in value for my 2012 Honda Civic?” is all that is needed […]

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