Category: Amazon SageMaker JumpStart
In the world of data-driven decision-making, time series forecasting is key in enabling businesses to use historical data patterns to anticipate future outcomes. Whether you are working in asset risk management, trading, weather prediction, energy demand forecasting, vital sign monitoring, or traffic analysis, the ability to forecast accurately is crucial for success. In these applications, […]
The Amazon EU Design and Construction (Amazon D&C) team is the engineering team designing and constructing Amazon Warehouses across Europe and the MENA region. The design and deployment processes of projects involve many types of Requests for Information (RFIs) about engineering requirements regarding Amazon and project-specific guidelines. These requests range from simple retrieval of baseline […]
This post was co-authored with Daniele Chiappalupi, participant of the AWS student Hackathon team at ETH Zürich. Everyone can easily get started with machine learning (ML) using Amazon SageMaker JumpStart. In this post, we show you how a university Hackathon team used SageMaker JumpStart to quickly build an application that helps users identify and remove […]
To add to our guidance for optimizing deep learning workloads for sustainability on AWS, this post provides recommendations that are specific to generative AI workloads. In particular, we provide practical best practices for different customization scenarios, including training models from scratch, fine-tuning with additional data using full or parameter-efficient techniques, Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), and prompt engineering.
Large language model (LLM) agents are programs that extend the capabilities of standalone LLMs with 1) access to external tools (APIs, functions, webhooks, plugins, and so on), and 2) the ability to plan and execute tasks in a self-directed fashion. Often, LLMs need to interact with other software, databases, or APIs to accomplish complex tasks. […]
This post takes you through the most common challenges that customers face when searching internal documents, and gives you concrete guidance on how AWS services can be used to create a generative AI conversational bot that makes internal information more useful. Unstructured data accounts for 80% of all the data found within organizations, consisting of […]
Today, we are excited to announce that the Falcon 180B foundation model developed by Technology Innovation Institute (TII) is available for customers through Amazon SageMaker JumpStart to deploy with one-click for running inference. With a 180-billion-parameter size and trained on a massive 3.5-trillion-token dataset, Falcon 180B is the largest and one of the most performant models with openly accessible weights. You can try out this model with SageMaker JumpStart, a machine learning (ML) hub that provides access to algorithms, models, and ML solutions so you can quickly get started with ML. In this post, we walk through how to discover and deploy the Falcon 180B model via SageMaker JumpStart.
Semantic image search for articles using Amazon Rekognition, Amazon SageMaker foundation models, and Amazon OpenSearch Service
Digital publishers are continuously looking for ways to streamline and automate their media workflows in order to generate and publish new content as rapidly as they can. Publishers can have repositories containing millions of images and in order to save money, they need to be able to reuse these images across articles. Finding the image that best matches an article in repositories of this scale can be a time-consuming, repetitive, manual task that can be automated. It also relies on the images in the repository being tagged correctly, which can also be automated (for a customer success story, refer to Aller Media Finds Success with KeyCore and AWS). In this post, we demonstrate how to use Amazon Rekognition, Amazon SageMaker JumpStart, and Amazon OpenSearch Service to solve this business problem.
In this post, we build a secure enterprise application using AWS Amplify that invokes an Amazon SageMaker JumpStart foundation model, Amazon SageMaker endpoints, and Amazon OpenSearch Service to explain how to create text-to-text or text-to-image and Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG). You can use this post as a reference to build secure enterprise applications in the Generative AI domain using AWS services.
Today, we are excited to announce the capability to fine-tune Llama 2 models by Meta using Amazon SageMaker JumpStart. The Llama 2 family of large language models (LLMs) is a collection of pre-trained and fine-tuned generative text models ranging in scale from 7 billion to 70 billion parameters. Fine-tuned LLMs, called Llama-2-chat, are optimized for dialogue use cases.