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Category: Artificial Intelligence

Transfer learning for TensorFlow image classification models in Amazon SageMaker

July 2023: You can also use the newly launched JumpStart APIs, an extension of the SageMaker Python SDK. These APIs allow you to programmatically deploy and fine-tune a vast selection of JumpStart-supported pre-trained models on your own datasets. Please refer to Amazon SageMaker JumpStart models and algorithms now available via API for more details on how […]

Improve transcription accuracy of customer-agent calls with custom vocabulary in Amazon Transcribe

Many AWS customers have been successfully using Amazon Transcribe to accurately, efficiently, and automatically convert their customer audio conversations to text, and extract actionable insights from them. These insights can help you continuously enhance the processes and products that directly improve the quality and experience for your customers. In many countries, such as India, English […]

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Detect audio events with Amazon Rekognition

When most people think of using machine learning (ML) with audio data, the use case that usually comes to mind is transcription, also known as speech-to-text. However, there are other useful applications, including using ML to detect sounds. Using software to detect a sound is called audio event detection, and it has a number of […]

How The Chefz serves the perfect meal with Amazon Personalize

This is a guest post by Ramzi Alqrainy, Chief Technology Officer, The Chefz. The Chefz is a Saudi-based online food delivery startup, founded in 2016. At the core of The Chefz’s business model is enabling its customers to order food and sweets from top elite restaurants, bakeries, and chocolate shops. In this post, we explain […]

Learn how Amazon SageMaker Clarify helps detect bias

Bias detection in data and model outcomes is a fundamental requirement for building responsible artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) models. Unfortunately, detecting bias isn’t an easy task for the vast majority of practitioners due to the large number of ways in which it can be measured and different factors that can contribute to […]

Create a batch recommendation pipeline using Amazon Personalize with no code

With personalized content more likely to drive customer engagement, businesses continuously seek to provide tailored content based on their customer’s profile and behavior. Recommendation systems in particular seek to predict the preference an end-user would give to an item. Some common use cases include product recommendations on online retail stores, personalizing newsletters, generating music playlist […]

Use Amazon SageMaker pipeline sharing to view or manage pipelines across AWS accounts

On August 9, 2022, we announced the general availability of cross-account sharing of Amazon SageMaker Pipelines entities. You can now use cross-account support for Amazon SageMaker Pipelines to share pipeline entities across AWS accounts and access shared pipelines directly through Amazon SageMaker API calls. Customers are increasingly adopting multi-account architectures for deploying and managing machine […]

Explore Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler capabilities with sample datasets

Data preparation is the process of collecting, cleaning, and transforming raw data to make it suitable for insight extraction through machine learning (ML) and analytics. Data preparation is crucial for ML and analytics pipelines. Your model and insights will only be as reliable as the data you use for training them. Flawed data will produce […]

Run image segmentation with Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

In December 2020, AWS announced the general availability of Amazon SageMaker JumpStart, a capability of Amazon SageMaker that helps you quickly and easily get started with machine learning (ML). JumpStart provides one-click fine-tuning and deployment of a wide variety of pre-trained models across popular ML tasks, as well as a selection of end-to-end solutions that […]

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Process mortgage documents with intelligent document processing using Amazon Textract and Amazon Comprehend

Organizations in the lending and mortgage industry process thousands of documents on a daily basis. From a new mortgage application to mortgage refinance, these business processes involve hundreds of documents per application. There is limited automation available today to process and extract information from all the documents, especially due to varying formats and layouts. Due […]