AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Automatically identify languages in multi-lingual audio using Amazon Transcribe

If you operate in a country with multiple official languages or across multiple regions, your audio files can contain different languages. Participants may be speaking entirely different languages or may switch between languages. Consider a customer service call to report a problem in an area with a substantial multi-lingual population. Although the conversation could begin […]

Translate multiple source language documents to multiple target languages using Amazon Translate

Enterprises need to translate business-critical content such as marketing materials, instruction manuals, and product catalogs across multiple languages to communicate with a global audience of customers, partners, and stakeholders. Identifying the source language in each document before calling a translate job creates complexities and adds another step to your workflow. For example, an international product […]

Introducing Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler’s new embedded visualizations

Manually inspecting data quality and cleaning data is a painful and time-consuming process that can take a huge chunk of a data scientist’s time on a project. According to a 2020 survey of data scientists conducted by Anaconda, data scientists spend approximately 66% of their time on data preparation and analysis tasks, including loading (19%), cleaning (26%), […]

Start your successful journey with time series forecasting with Amazon Forecast

Organizations of all sizes are striving to grow their business, improve efficiency, and serve their customers better than ever before. Even though the future is uncertain, a data-driven, science-based approach can help anticipate what lies ahead to successfully navigate through a sea of choices. Every industry uses time series forecasting to address a variety of […]

Chronomics detects COVID-19 test results with Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels

Chronomics is a tech-bio company that uses biomarkers—quantifiable information taken from the analysis of molecules—alongside technology to democratize the use of science and data to improve the lives of people. Their goal is to analyze biological samples and give actionable information to help you make decisions—about anything where knowing more about the unseen is important. […]

Image augmentation pipeline for Amazon Lookout for Vision

Amazon Lookout for Vision provides a machine learning (ML)-based anomaly detection service to identify normal images (i.e., images of objects without defects) vs anomalous images (i.e., images of objects with defects), types of anomalies (e.g., missing piece), and the location of these anomalies. Therefore, Lookout for Vision is popular among customers that look for automated […]

Amazon SageMaker JumpStart now offers Amazon Comprehend notebooks for custom classification and custom entity detection

Amazon Comprehend is a natural language processing (NLP) service that uses machine learning (ML) to discover insights from text. Amazon Comprehend provides customized features, custom entity recognition, custom classification, and pre-trained APIs such as key phrase extraction, sentiment analysis, entity recognition, and more so you can easily integrate NLP into your applications. We recently added […]

Prepare data from Amazon EMR for machine learning using Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler

Data preparation is a principal component of machine learning (ML) pipelines. In fact, it is estimated that data professionals spend about 80 percent of their time on data preparation. In this intensive competitive market, teams want to analyze data and extract more meaningful insights quickly. Customers are adopting more efficient and visual ways to build […]

Exafunction supports AWS Inferentia to unlock best price performance for machine learning inference

Across all industries, machine learning (ML) models are getting deeper, workflows are getting more complex, and workloads are operating at larger scales. Significant effort and resources are put into making these models more accurate since this investment directly results in better products and experiences. On the other hand, making these models run efficiently in production […]

Damage assessment using Amazon SageMaker geospatial capabilities and custom SageMaker models

In this post, we show how to train, deploy, and predict natural disaster damage with Amazon SageMaker with geospatial capabilities. We use the new SageMaker geospatial capabilities to generate new inference data to test the model. Many government and humanitarian organizations need quick and accurate situational awareness when a disaster strikes. Knowing the severity, cause, […]