AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Explaining Amazon SageMaker Autopilot models with SHAP

Machine learning (ML) models have long been considered black boxes because predictions from these models are hard to interpret. However, recently, several frameworks aiming at explaining ML models were proposed. Model interpretation can be divided into local and global explanations. A local explanation considers a single sample and answers questions like “Why does the model […]

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Creating an intelligent ticket routing solution using Slack, Amazon AppFlow, and Amazon Comprehend

Support tickets, customer feedback forms, user surveys, product feedback, and forum posts are some of the documents that businesses collect from their customers and employees. The applications used to collect these case documents typically include incident management systems, social media channels, customer forums, and email. Routing these cases quickly and accurately to support groups best […]

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Real-time data labeling pipeline for ML workflows using Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth

High-quality machine learning (ML) models depend on accurately labeled, high-quality training, validation, and test data. As ML and deep learning models are increasingly integrated into production environments, it’s becoming more important than ever to have customizable, real-time data labeling pipelines that can continuously receive and process unlabeled data. For example, you may want to create […]

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Deploying and using the Document Understanding Solution

Based on our day to day experience, the information we consume is entirely digital. We read the news on our mobile devices far more than we do from printed copy newspapers. Tickets for sporting events, music concerts, and airline travel are stored in apps on our phones. One could go weeks or longer without needing […]

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Training and serving H2O models using Amazon SageMaker

Model training and serving steps are two essential pieces of a successful end-to-end machine learning (ML) pipeline. These two steps often require different software and hardware setups to provide the best mix for a production environment. Model training is optimized for a low-cost, feasible total run duration, scientific flexibility, and model interpretability objectives, whereas model […]

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This month in AWS Machine Learning: October edition

Every day there is something new going on in the world of AWS Machine Learning—from launches to new to use cases to interactive trainings. We’re packaging some of the not-to-miss information from the ML Blog and beyond for easy perusing each month. Check back at the end of each month for the latest roundup. Launches […]

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Introducing the COVID-19 Simulator and Machine Learning Toolkit for Predicting COVID-19 Spread

There have been breakthroughs in understanding COVID-19, such as how soon an exposed person will develop symptoms and how many people on average will contract the disease after contact with an exposed individual. The wider research community is actively working on accurately predicting the percent population who are exposed, recovered, or have built immunity. Researchers […]

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Building a real-time conversational analytics platform for Amazon Lex bots

Conversational interfaces like chatbots have become an important channel for brands to communicate with their customers, partners, and employees. They offer faster service, 24/7 availability, and lower service costs. By analyzing your bot’s customer conversations, you can discover challenges in user experience, trending topics, and missed utterances. These additional insights can help you identify how […]

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Configuring your Amazon Kendra Confluence Server connector

Many builders and teams on AWS use Confluence as a way of collaborating and sharing information within their teams and across their organizations. These types of workspaces are rich with data and contain sets of knowledge and information that can be a great source of truth to answer organizational questions. Unfortunately, it isn’t always easy […]

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Optimizing costs for machine learning with Amazon SageMaker

Applications based on machine learning (ML) can provide tremendous business value. Using ML, we can solve some of the most complex engineering problems that previously were infeasible. One of the advantages of running ML on the AWS Cloud is that you can continually optimize your workloads and reduce your costs. In this post, we discuss […]

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