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Category: Amazon ML Solutions Lab

Next Gen Stats Decision Guide: Predicting fourth-down conversion

It is fourth-and-one on the Texans’ 36-yard line with 3:21 remaining on the clock in a tie game. Should the Colts’ head coach Frank Reich send out kicker Rodrigo Blankenship to attempt a 54-yard field goal or rely on his offense to convert a first down? Frank chose to go for it, leading to a […]

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Bushfire mitigation through Machine Learning with AusNet and AWS

Eastern Australia is among the most fire-prone regions in the world. Although bushfires are a regular occurrence in Australia, the 2019–2020 bushfire crisis set ablaze over 17 million hectares of land (larger than the size of England), costing the Australian economy more than $100 billion between property, infrastructure, social, and environmental costs. With increasingly extreme […]

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Use AutoGluon-Tabular in AWS Marketplace

AutoGluon-Tabular is an open-source AutoML framework that requires only a single line of Python to train highly accurate machine learning (ML) models on an unprocessed tabular dataset. In this post, we walk you through a way of using AutoGluon-Tabular as a code-free AWS Marketplace product. We use this process to train and deploy a highly […]

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Process and add additional file formats to your Amazon Kendra Index

If you have a corpus of internal documents that you frequently search through, Amazon Kendra can help you find your content faster and easier. These documents can be in different locations and repositories, and can be structured or unstructured. Amazon Kendra is a fully managed service backed by machine learning (ML). You don’t need to […]

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Automated claims processing at Xactware with machine learning on AWS

This blog post was co-authored, and includes an introduction, by Aaron Brunko, Senior Vice President, Claims Product at Xactware. Property insurance claims involving the valuation and replacement of personal belongings can be a painful process for everyone involved after a loss. From catastrophic events such as hurricanes, tornados, and wildfires, to theft and vandalism, claim […]

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HawkEye 360 predicts vessel risk using the Deep Graph Library and Amazon Neptune

This post is co-written by Ian Avilez and Tim Pavlick from HawkEye 360. HawkEye 360 is a commercial radio frequency (RF) constellation, data, and analytics provider. Their signals of interest include very high frequency (VHF) push-to-talk radios, maritime radar systems, Automatic Identification System (AIS) beacons, emergency beacons, and more. The signals of interest library will […]

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Detect defects in automotive parts with Amazon Lookout for Vision and Amazon SageMaker

According to a recent study, defective products cost industries over $2 billion from 2012–2017. Defect detection within manufacturing is an important business use case, especially in high-value product industries like the automotive industry. This allows for early diagnosis of anomalies to improve production line efficacy and product quality, and saves capital costs. Although advanced anomaly […]

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Bring your own container to project model accuracy drift with Amazon SageMaker Model Monitor

The world we live in is constantly changing, and so is the data that is collected to build models. One of the problems that is often seen in production environments is that the deployed model doesn’t behave the same way as it did during the training phase. This concept is generally called data drift or […]

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Deploy variational autoencoders for anomaly detection with TensorFlow Serving on Amazon SageMaker

Anomaly detection is the process of identifying items, events, or occurrences that have different characteristics from the majority of the data. It has many applications in various fields, like fraud detection for credit cards, insurance, or healthcare; network intrusion detection for cybersecurity; KPI metrics monitoring for critical systems; and predictive maintenance for in-service equipment. There […]

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Hyundai reduces ML model training time for autonomous driving models using Amazon SageMaker

Hyundai Motor Company, headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, is one of the largest car manufacturers in the world. They have been heavily investing human and material resources in the race to develop self-driving cars, also known as autonomous vehicles. One of the algorithms often used in autonomous driving is semantic segmentation, which is a task […]

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