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Intelligent governance of document processing pipelines for regulated industries

Processing large documents like PDFs and static images is a cornerstone of today’s highly regulated industries. From healthcare information like doctor-patient visits and bills of health, to financial documents like loan applications, tax filings, research reports, and regulatory filings, these documents are integral to how these industries conduct business. The mechanisms by which these documents […]

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Build a medical sentence matching application using BERT and Amazon SageMaker

Determining the relevance of a sentence when compared to a specific document is essential for many different types of applications across various industries. In this post, we focus on a use case within the healthcare field to help determine the accuracy of information regarding patient health. Frequently, during each patient visit, a new document is […]

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AWS and NVIDIA to bring Arm-based Graviton2 instances with GPUs to the cloud

AWS continues to innovate on behalf of our customers. We’re working with NVIDIA to bring an Arm processor-based, NVIDIA GPU accelerated Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance to the cloud in the second half of 2021. This instance will feature the Arm-based AWS Graviton2 processor, which was built from the ground up by AWS […]

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Build a CI/CD pipeline for deploying custom machine learning models using AWS services

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. SageMaker removes the heavy lifting from each step of the ML process to make it easier to develop high-quality ML artifacts. AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) is […]

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Rust detection using machine learning on AWS

Visual inspection of industrial environments is a common requirement across heavy industries, such as transportation, construction, and shipbuilding, and typically requires qualified experts to perform the inspection. Inspection locations can often be remote or in adverse environments that put humans at risk, such as bridges, skyscrapers, and offshore oil rigs. Many of these industries deal […]

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Ripley is a Clearpath Robotics Husky equipped with two Universal Robotics UR5 arms.

Introducing Amazon SageMaker Reinforcement Learning Components for open-source Kubeflow pipelines

This blog post was co-authored by AWS and Max Kelsen. Max Kelsen is one of Australia’s leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) solutions businesses. The company delivers innovation, directly linked to the generation of business value and competitive advantage to customers in Australia and globally, including Fortune 500 companies. Max Kelsen is also […]

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Using container images to run TensorFlow models in AWS Lambda

TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning (ML) library widely used to develop neural networks and ML models. Those models are usually trained on multiple GPU instances to speed up training, resulting in expensive training time and model sizes up to a few gigabytes. After they’re trained, these models are deployed in production to produce inferences. […]

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The following is the architecture diagram for integrating online ML inference in a telemedicine contact flow via Amazon Connect.

Applying voice classification in an Amazon Connect telemedicine contact flow

Given the rising demand for fast and effective COVID-19 detection, customers are exploring the usage of respiratory sound data, like coughing, breathing, and counting, to automatically diagnose COVID-19 based on machine learning (ML) models. University of Cambridge researchers built a COVID-19 sound application and demonstrated that a simple binary ML classifier can classify healthy and […]

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The following diagram illustrates the solution architecture.

Machine learning on distributed Dask using Amazon SageMaker and AWS Fargate

As businesses around the world are embarking on building innovative solutions, we’re seeing a growing trend adopting data science workloads across various industries. Recently, we’ve seen a greater push towards reducing the friction between data engineers and data scientists. Data scientists are now enabled to run their experiments on their local machine and port to […]

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Using container images to run PyTorch models in AWS Lambda

PyTorch is an open-source machine learning (ML) library widely used to develop neural networks and ML models. Those models are usually trained on multiple GPU instances to speed up training, resulting in expensive training time and model sizes up to a few gigabytes. After they’re trained, these models are deployed in production to produce inferences. […]

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