AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

AWS Deep Learning Challenge sees innovative and impactful use of Amazon EC2 DL1 instances

In the AWS Deep Learning Challenge held from January 5, 2022, to March 1, 2022, participants from academia, startups, and enterprise organizations joined to test their skills and train a deep learning model of their choice using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) DL1 instances and Habana’s SynapseAI SDK. The EC2 DL1 instances powered by […]

Conduct what-if analyses with Amazon Forecast, up to 80% faster than before

Now with Amazon Forecast, you can seamlessly conduct what-if analyses up to 80% faster to analyze and quantify the potential impact of business levers on your demand forecasts. Forecast is a service that uses machine learning (ML) to generate accurate demand forecasts, without requiring any ML experience. Simulating scenarios through what-if analyses is a powerful […]

Intelligently search Alfresco content using Amazon Kendra

Amazon Kendra is an intelligent search service powered by machine learning (ML). With Amazon Kendra, you can easily aggregate content from a variety of content repositories into a centralized index that lets you quickly search all your enterprise data and find the most accurate answer. Many organizations use the content management platform Alfresco to store […]

Best practices for TensorFlow 1.x acceleration training on Amazon SageMaker

Today, a lot of customers are using TensorFlow to train deep learning models for their clickthrough rate in advertising and personalization recommendations in ecommerce. As the behavior of their clients change, they can accumulate large amounts of new data every day. Model iteration is one of a data scientist’s daily jobs, but they face the […]

Run PyTorch Lightning and native PyTorch DDP on Amazon SageMaker Training, featuring Amazon Search

So much data, so little time. Machine learning (ML) experts, data scientists, engineers and enthusiasts have encountered this problem the world over. From natural language processing to computer vision, tabular to time series, and everything in-between, the age-old problem of optimizing for speed when running data against as many GPUs as you can get has […]

Visualize your Amazon Lookout for Metrics anomaly results with Amazon QuickSight

One of the challenges encountered by teams using Amazon Lookout for Metrics is quickly and efficiently connecting it to data visualization. The anomalies are presented individually on the Lookout for Metrics console, each with their own graph, making it difficult to view the set as a whole. An automated, integrated solution is needed for deeper […]

AWS Localization uses Amazon Translate to scale localization

The AWS website is currently available in 16 languages (12 for the AWS Management Console and for technical documentation): Arabic, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese. Customers all over the world gain hands-on experience with the AWS platform, products, and services in their […]

Incrementally update a dataset with a bulk import mechanism in Amazon Personalize

We are excited to announce that Amazon Personalize now supports incremental bulk dataset imports; a new option for updating your data and improving the quality of your recommendations. Keeping your datasets current is an important part of maintaining the relevance of your recommendations. Prior to this new feature launch, Amazon Personalize offered two mechanisms for […]

Announcing the launch of the model copy feature for Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels

Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels is a fully managed computer vision service that allows developers to build custom models to classify and identify objects in images that are specific and unique to your business. Rekognition Custom Labels doesn’t require you to have any prior computer vision expertise. For example, you can find your logo in social […]

Customize your recommendations by promoting specific items using business rules with Amazon Personalize

Today, we are excited to announce Promotions feature in Amazon Personalize that allows you to explicitly recommend specific items to your users based on rules that align with your business goals. For instance, you can have marketing partnerships that require you to promote certain brands, in-house content, or categories that you want to improve the […]