AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Store output in custom Amazon S3 bucket and encrypt using AWS KMS for multi-page document processing with Amazon Textract

Amazon Textract is a fully managed machine learning (ML) service that makes it easy to process documents at scale by automatically extracting printed text, handwriting, and other data from virtually any type of document. Amazon Textract goes beyond simple optical character recognition (OCR) to also identify the contents of fields in forms and information stored […]

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Incorporating your enterprise knowledge graph into Amazon Kendra

For many organizations, consolidating information assets and making them available to employees when needed remains a challenge. Commonly used technology like spreadsheets, relational databases, and NoSQL databases exacerbate this issue by creating more and more unconnected, unstructured data. Knowledge graphs can provide easier access and understanding to this data by organizing this data and capturing […]

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Predicting qualification ranking based on practice session performance for Formula 1 Grand Prix

If you’re a Formula 1 (F1) fan, have you ever wondered why F1 teams have very different performances between qualifying and practice sessions? Why do they have multiple practice sessions in the first place? Can practice session results actually tell something about the upcoming qualifying race? In this post, we answer these questions and more. […]

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Amazon Textract recognizes handwriting and adds five new languages

Documents are a primary tool for communication, collaboration, record keeping, and transactions across industries, including financial, medical, legal, and real estate. The format of data can pose an extra challenge in data extraction, especially if the content is typed, handwritten, or embedded in a form or table. Furthermore, extracting data from your documents is manual, […]

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Extracting handwritten information through Amazon Textract

This post is guest authored by Vibhav Sangam Gupta, a Client Solutions Partner at Quantiphi, Inc. Quantiphi is an award-winning applied AI and data science software and services company driven by the desire to solve transformational problems at the heart of business. We are passionate about our customers and obsessed with problem-solving to make products […]

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Amazon Personalize now supports dynamic filters for applying business rules to your recommendations on the fly

We’re excited to announce dynamic filters in Amazon Personalize, which allow you to apply business rules to your recommendations on the fly, without any extra cost. Dynamic filters create better user experiences by allowing you to tailor your business rules for each user when you generate recommendations. They save you time by removing the need […]

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AWS expands language support for Amazon Lex and Amazon Polly

At AWS, our mission is to enable developers and businesses with no prior machine learning (ML) expertise to easily build sophisticated, scalable, ML-powered applications with our AI services. Today, we’re excited to announce that Amazon Lex and Amazon Polly are expanding language support. You can build ML-powered applications that fit the language preferences of your […]

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Join the Final Lap of the 2020 DeepRacer League at AWS re:Invent 2020

December 2020 Update – The Wildcard and warmup races are complete and the Round 1 Knockouts are officially underway, streaming live on Twitch. In this round, competitors participate in a brand-new live racing format on the AWS DeepRacer console. Racers submit their best models from anywhere in the world and attempt to navigate the track, […]

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Measuring forecast model accuracy to optimize your business objectives with Amazon Forecast

September 2021: This blog has been updated to include three recently launched accuracy metrics in Amazon Forecast and the ability to select an accuracy metric to optimize AutoML. We’re excited to announce that you can now measure the accuracy of your forecasting model to optimize the trade-offs between under-forecasting and over-forecasting costs, giving you flexibility in […]

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AWS Finance and Global Business Services builds an automated contract-processing platform using Amazon Textract and Amazon Comprehend

Processing incoming documents such as contracts and agreements is often an arduous task. The typical workflow for reviewing signed contracts involves loading, reading, and extracting contractual terms from agreements, which requires hours of manual effort and intensive labor. At AWS Finance and Global Business Services (AWS FGBS), this process typically takes more than 150 employee […]

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