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Category: Amazon SageMaker Autopilot

Use weather data to improve forecasts with Amazon SageMaker Canvas

Photo by Zbynek Burival on Unsplash Time series forecasting is a specific machine learning (ML) discipline that enables organizations to make informed planning decisions. The main idea is to supply historic data to an ML algorithm that can identify patterns from the past and then use those patterns to estimate likely values about unseen periods […]

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Deploy a Hugging Face (PyAnnote) speaker diarization model on Amazon SageMaker as an asynchronous endpoint

Speaker diarization, an essential process in audio analysis, segments an audio file based on speaker identity. This post delves into integrating Hugging Face’s PyAnnote for speaker diarization with Amazon SageMaker asynchronous endpoints. We provide a comprehensive guide on how to deploy speaker segmentation and clustering solutions using SageMaker on the AWS Cloud.

Implement a custom AutoML job using pre-selected algorithms in Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning

AutoML allows you to derive rapid, general insights from your data right at the beginning of a machine learning (ML) project lifecycle. Understanding up front which preprocessing techniques and algorithm types provide best results reduces the time to develop, train, and deploy the right model. It plays a crucial role in every model’s development process […]

Beyond forecasting: The delicate balance of serving customers and growing your business

Companies use time series forecasting to make core planning decisions that help them navigate through uncertain futures. This post is meant to address supply chain stakeholders, who share a common need of determining how many finished goods are needed over a mixed variety of planning time horizons. In addition to planning how many units of […]

How Thomson Reuters developed Open Arena, an enterprise-grade large language model playground, in under 6 weeks

In this post, we discuss how Thomson Reuters Labs created Open Arena, Thomson Reuters’s enterprise-wide large language model (LLM) playground that was developed in collaboration with AWS. The original concept came out of an AI/ML Hackathon supported by Simone Zucchet (AWS Solutions Architect) and Tim Precious (AWS Account Manager) and was developed into production using AWS services in under 6 weeks with support from AWS. AWS-managed services such as AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon SageMaker, as well as the pre-built Hugging Face Deep Learning Containers (DLCs), contributed to the pace of innovation.

Bring SageMaker Autopilot into your MLOps processes using a custom SageMaker Project

Every organization has its own set of standards and practices that provide security and governance for their AWS environment. Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed service to prepare data and build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) models for any use case with fully managed infrastructure, tools, and workflows. SageMaker provides a set of templates […]

Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning now automatically chooses tuning configurations to improve usability and cost efficiency

Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning has introduced Autotune, a new feature to automatically choose hyperparameters on your behalf. This provides an accelerated and more efficient way to find hyperparameter ranges, and can provide significant optimized budget and time management for your automatic model tuning jobs. In this post, we discuss this new capability and some […]

Announcing provisioned concurrency for Amazon SageMaker Serverless Inference

Amazon SageMaker Serverless Inference allows you to serve model inference requests in real time without having to explicitly provision compute instances or configure scaling policies to handle traffic variations. You can let AWS handle the undifferentiated heavy lifting of managing the underlying infrastructure and save costs in the process. A Serverless Inference endpoint spins up […]

Host ML models on Amazon SageMaker using Triton: Python backend

Amazon SageMaker provides a number of options for users who are looking for a solution to host their machine learning (ML) models. Of these options, one of the key features that SageMaker provides is real-time inference. Real-time inference workloads can have varying levels of requirements and service level agreements (SLAs) in terms of latency and […]

Use Snowflake as a data source to train ML models with Amazon SageMaker

May 2023: This blog post has been updated to include a workflow that does not require building a custom container. Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed machine learning (ML) service. With SageMaker, data scientists and developers can quickly and easily build and train ML models, and then directly deploy them into a production-ready hosted environment. […]