AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Take your intelligent search experience to the next level with Amazon Kendra hierarchical facets

Unstructured data continues to grow in many organizations, making it a challenge for users to get the information they need. Amazon Kendra is a highly accurate, intelligent search service powered by machine learning (ML). Amazon Kendra uses deep learning and reading comprehension to deliver precise answers, and returns a list of ranked documents that match […]

Easily customize your notifications while using Amazon Lookout for Metrics

We are excited to announce that you can now add filters to alerts and also edit existing alerts while using Amazon Lookout for Metrics. With this launch, you can add filters to your alerts configuration to only get notifications for anomalies that matter the most to you. You can also modify existing alerts as per […]

Use a pre-signed URL to provide your business analysts with secure access to Amazon SageMaker Canvas

Agility and security have historically been two aspects of IT of paramount importance for any company. With the simplification of access to advanced IT technologies thanks to low-code and no-code (LCNC) tools, an even bigger number of people must be enabled to access resources, without impacting security. For many companies, the solution has been to […]

Enable business analysts to access Amazon SageMaker Canvas without using the AWS Management Console with AWS SSO

April 2024: This post was reviewed and updated for accuracy. IT has evolved in recent years: thanks to low-code and no-code (LCNC) technologies, an increasing number of people with varying backgrounds require access to tools and platforms that were previously a prerogative to more tech-savvy individuals in the company, such as engineers or developers. Out […]

Create, train, and deploy a billion-parameter language model on terabytes of data with TensorFlow and Amazon SageMaker

The increasing size of language models has been one of the biggest trends in natural language processing (NLP) in recent years. Since 2018, we’ve seen unprecedented development and deployment of ever-larger language models, including BERT and its variants, GPT-2, T-NLG, and GPT-3 (175 billion parameters). These models have pushed the boundaries of possible architectural innovations. […]

Identify potential root cause in business-critical anomalies using Amazon Lookout for Metrics

We are excited to launch a causal contribution analysis capability in Amazon Lookout for Metrics that helps you to understand the potential root causes for the business-critical anomalies in the data. Previously, you were only given the root causes for a single anomaly per measure. You had to analyze to determine if causal relationships existed […]

Use AWS AI and ML services to foster accessibility and inclusion of people with a visual or communication impairment

AWS offers a broad set of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) services, including a suite of pre-trained, ready-to-use services for developers with no prior ML experience. In this post, we demonstrate how to use such services to build an application that fosters the inclusion of people with a visual or communication impairment, which […]

How service providers can use natural language processing to gain insights from customer tickets with Amazon Comprehend

Today, customers can raise support tickets through multiple channels like – web, mobile, chat-bots, emails, or phone calls. When a support ticket is raised by a customer, it is processed and assigned to a category based on the information provided in the ticket. It is then routed to the support group for resolution according to […]

Incremental training 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). SageMaker 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 […]

How eMagazines utilizes Amazon Polly to voice articles for school-aged kids

This is a guest post by Andrew Degenholtz, CEO and Founder of eMagazines, the parent company of eMagazines’ technology seamlessly transforms print products into premium digital and audio experiences. Leveraging Amazon technology, offers a simple, turn-key way for publishers to add audio to their websites with a single line of code. eMagazines supports […]