AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Explore image analysis results from Amazon Rekognition and store your findings in Amazon DocumentDB

When we analyze images, we may want to incorporate other metadata related to the image. Examples include when and where the image was taken, who took the image, as well as what is featured in the image. One way to represent this metadata is to use a JSON format, which is well-suited for a document […]

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Model and data lineage in machine learning experimentation

Modern quantitative finance is based around the approach of pattern recognition in historical data. This approach requires teams of scientists to work in a collaborative and regulated setting in order to develop models that can be used to make trading predictions. With the growing influence of this field, both participants and regulators are looking to […]

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Calculate inference units for Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels and Amazon Lookout for Vision models

Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels allows you to extend the object and scene detection capabilities of Amazon Rekognition to extract information from images that is uniquely helpful to your business. For example, you can find your logo in social media posts, identify your products on store shelves, classify machine parts in an assembly line, distinguish healthy […]

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Use the AWS Cloud for observational life sciences studies

In this post, we discuss how to use the AWS Cloud and its services to accelerate observational studies for life sciences customers. We provide a reference architecture for architects, business owners, and technology decision-makers in the life sciences industry to automate the processes in clinical studies. Observational studies lead the way in research, allowing you […]

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Scale ML feature ingestion using Amazon SageMaker Feature Store

Amazon SageMaker Feature Store is a purpose-built solution for machine learning (ML) feature management. It helps data science teams reuse ML features across teams and models, serves features for model predictions at scale with low latency, and train and deploy new models more quickly and effectively. As you learn about how to use a feature […]

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Arçelik hosts global AWS DeepRacer League using new LIVE feature to educate over 200 employees on machine learning

This is a guest post by Pınar Köse Kulacz, Innovation Director at Arçelik. Arçelik, the leading global manufacturer of household appliances, has collaborated with AWS since 2019 to increase efficiency and innovate on new services. Here at Arçelik, we believe that data and artificial intelligence provide a critical advantage over competitors in the global consumer […]

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Train fraudulent payment detection with Amazon SageMaker

The ability to detect fraudulent card payments is becoming increasingly important as the world moves towards a cashless society. For decades, banks have relied on building complex mathematical models to predict whether a given card payment transaction is likely to be fraudulent or not. These models must be both accurate and precise—they must catch fraudulent […]

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Perform interactive data engineering and data science workflows from Amazon SageMaker Studio notebooks

Amazon SageMaker Studio is the first fully integrated development environment (IDE) for machine learning (ML). With a single click, data scientists and developers can quickly spin up Studio notebooks to explore and prepare datasets to build, train, and deploy ML models in a single pane of glass. We’re excited to announce a new set of […]

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Launch Amazon SageMaker Studio from external applications using presigned URLs

Amazon SageMaker Studio provides a single, web-based visual interface where you can perform all ML development steps, improving data science team productivity by up to 10 times. Studio gives you complete access, control, and visibility into each step required to build, train, and deploy models. You can quickly upload data, create new notebooks, train and […]

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Custom document annotation for extracting named entities in documents using Amazon Comprehend

This blog was last reviewed and updated in June, 2022 to include code updates and fixes. Intelligent document processing (IDP), as defined by IDC, is an approach by which unstructured content and structured data is analyzed and extracted for use in downstream applications. IDP involves document reading, categorization, and data extraction, by using AI’s processes […]

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