AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Amazon SageMaker

Gain customer insights using Amazon Aurora machine learning

In recent years, AWS customers have been running machine learning (ML) on an increasing variety of datasets and data sources. Because a large percentage of organizational data is stored in relational databases such as Amazon Aurora, there’s a common need to make this relational data available for training ML models, and to use ML models […]

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Visualizing Amazon SageMaker machine learning predictions with Amazon QuickSight

AWS is excited to announce the general availability of Amazon SageMaker integration in QuickSight. You can now integrate your own Amazon SageMaker ML models with QuickSight to analyze the augmented data and use it directly in your business intelligence dashboards. As a business analyst, data engineer, or data scientist, you can perform ML inference in […]

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Learn how to select ML instances on the fly in Amazon SageMaker Studio

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is happy to announce the general availability of Notebooks within Amazon SageMaker Studio. Amazon SageMaker Studio supports on-the-fly selection of machine learning (ML) instance types, optimized and pre-packaged Amazon SageMaker Images, and sharing of Jupyter notebooks. You can switch a notebook from using a kernel on one instance type to another, […]

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ML Explainability with Amazon SageMaker Debugger

Machine Learning (ML) impacts industries around the globe, from financial services industry (FSI) and manufacturing  to autonomous vehicles and space exploration. ML is no longer just an aspirational technology exclusive to academic and research institutions; it has evolved into a mainstream technology that has the potential to benefit organizations of all sizes. However, a lack […]

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Scaling your AI-powered Battlesnake with distributed reinforcement learning in Amazon SageMaker

Battlesnake is an AI competition in which you build AI-powered snakes. Battlesnake’s rules are similar to the traditional snakes game. Your goal is to be the last surviving snake when competing against other snakes. Developers of all levels build snakes using techniques ranging from unique heuristic-based strategies to state-of-the-art deep reinforcement learning (RL) algorithms. You […]

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Announcing availability of Inf1 instances in Amazon SageMaker for high performance and cost-effective machine learning inference

Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed service that provides every developer and data scientist with the ability to build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) models quickly. Tens of thousands of customers, including Intuit, Voodoo, ADP, Cerner, Dow Jones, and Thompson Reuters, use Amazon SageMaker to remove the heavy lifting from each step of the […]

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Reducing player wait time and right sizing compute allocation using Amazon SageMaker RL and Amazon EKS

As a multiplayer game publisher, you may often need to either over-provision resources or manually manage compute allocation when launching or maintaining an online game to avoid long player wait times. You need to develop, configure, and deploy tools that help you monitor and control the compute allocation. This post demonstrates GameServer Autopilot, a new […]

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Autodesk optimizes visual similarity search model in Fusion 360 with Amazon SageMaker Debugger

This post is co-written by Alexander Carlson, a machine learning engineer at Autodesk. Autodesk started its digital transformation journey years ago by moving workloads from private data centers to AWS services. The benefits of digital transformation are clear with generative design, which is a new technology that uses cloud computing to accelerate design exploration beyond […]

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Pruning machine learning models with Amazon SageMaker Debugger and Amazon SageMaker Experiments

In the past decade, deep learning has advanced many different areas, such as computer vision and natural language processing. State-of-the-art models now achieve near-human performance in tasks such as image classification. Deep neural networks can achieve this because they consist of millions of parameters that you train on large training datasets. For instance, the BERT […]

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Building a trash sorter with AWS DeepLens

In this blog post, we show you how to build a prototype trash sorter using AWS DeepLens, the AWS deep learning-enabled video camera designed for developers to learn machine learning in a fun, hands-on way. This prototype trash sorter project teaches you how to train image classification models with custom data. Image classification is a […]

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