AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Amazon Neptune

Graph-based recommendation system with Neptune ML: An illustration on social network link prediction challenges

Recommendation systems are one of the most widely adopted machine learning (ML) technologies in real-world applications, ranging from social networks to ecommerce platforms. Users of many online systems rely on recommendation systems to make new friendships, discover new music according to suggested music lists, or even make ecommerce purchase decisions based on the recommended products. […]

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How Careem is detecting identity fraud using graph-based deep learning and Amazon Neptune

This post was co-written with Kevin O’Brien, Senior Data Scientist in Careem’s Integrity Team. Dubai-based Careem became the Middle East’s first unicorn when it was acquired by Uber for $3.1 billion in 2019. A pioneer of the region’s ride-hailing economy, Careem is now expanding its services to include mass transportation, delivery, and payments as an […]

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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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Build a cognitive search and a health knowledge graph using AWS AI services

Medical data is highly contextual and heavily multi-modal, in which each data silo is treated separately. To bridge different data, a knowledge graph-based approach integrates data across domains and helps represent the complex representation of scientific knowledge more naturally. For example, three components of major electronic health records (EHR) are diagnosis codes, primary notes, and […]

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Incorporating your enterprise knowledge graph into Amazon Kendra

For many organizations, consolidating information assets and making them available to employees when needed remains a challenge. Commonly used technology like spreadsheets, relational databases, and NoSQL databases exacerbate this issue by creating more and more unconnected, unstructured data. Knowledge graphs can provide easier access and understanding to this data by organizing this data and capturing […]

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A personalized ‘shop-by-style’ experience using PyTorch on Amazon SageMaker and Amazon Neptune

Remember the screech of the dial-up and plain-text websites? It was in that era that the Amazon.com website launched in the summer of 1995. Like the rest of the web, Amazon.com has gone through a digital experience makeover that includes slick web controls, rich media, multi-channel support, and intelligent content placement. Nonetheless, there are certain […]

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