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Category: AWS re:Invent

Your guide to AI and ML at AWS re:Invent 2021

It’s almost here! Only 9 days until AWS re:Invent 2021, and we’re very excited to share some highlights you might enjoy this year. The AI/ML team has been working hard to serve up some amazing content and this year, we have more session types for you to enjoy. Back in person, we now have chalk […]

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning continues at AWS re:Invent

A fresh new year is here, and we wish you all a wonderful 2021. We signed off last year at AWS re:Invent on the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) track with the first ever machine learning keynote and over 50 AI/ML focused technical sessions covering industries, use cases, applications, and more. You can […]

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Making sense of your health data with Amazon HealthLake

We’re excited to announce Amazon HealthLake, a new HIPAA-eligible service for healthcare providers, health insurance companies, and pharmaceutical companies to securely store, transform, query, analyze, and share health data in the cloud, at petabyte scale. HealthLake uses machine learning (ML) models trained to automatically understand and extract meaningful medical data from raw, disparate data, such […]

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Introducing the AWS Panorama Device SDK: Scaling computer vision at the edge with AWS Panorama-enabled devices

Yesterday, at AWS re:Invent, we announced AWS Panorama, a new Appliance and Device SDK that allows organizations to bring computer vision to their on-premises cameras to make automated predictions with high accuracy and low latency. With AWS Panorama, companies can use compute power at the edge (without requiring video streamed to the cloud) to improve […]

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Your guide to artificial intelligence and machine learning at re:Invent 2020

With less than a week to re:Invent 2020, we are feeling the excitement and thrill, and looking forward to seeing you all at the world’s premier cloud learning event. As always, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) continue to be on the list of top topics with our customers and partners. We’re making it […]

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Join the Final Lap of the 2020 DeepRacer League at AWS re:Invent 2020

December 2020 Update – The Wildcard and warmup races are complete and the Round 1 Knockouts are officially underway, streaming live on Twitch. In this round, competitors participate in a brand-new live racing format on the AWS DeepRacer console. Racers submit their best models from anywhere in the world and attempt to navigate the track, […]

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AWS announces the Machine Learning Embark program to help customers train their workforce in machine learning

Today at AWS re:Invent 2019, I’m excited to announce the AWS Machine Learning (ML) Embark program to help companies transform their development teams into machine learning practitioners. AWS ML Embark is based on Amazon’s own experience scaling the use of machine learning inside its own operations as well as the lessons learned through thousands of […]

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Amazon Web Services achieves fastest training times for BERT and Mask R-CNN

Two of the most popular machine learning models used today are BERT, for natural language processing (NLP), and Mask R-CNN, for image recognition. Over the past several months, AWS has significantly improved the underlying infrastructure, network, machine learning (ML) framework, and model code to achieve the best training time for these two popular state-of-the-art models. […]

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Introducing medical speech-to-text with Amazon Transcribe Medical

We are excited to announce Amazon Transcribe Medical, a new HIPAA-eligible, machine learning automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that allows developers to add medical speech-to-text capabilities to their applications. Transcribe Medical provides accurate and affordable medical transcription, enabling healthcare providers, IT vendors, insurers, and pharmaceutical companies to build services that help physicians, nurses, researchers, and […]

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Introducing Amazon SageMaker Operators for Kubernetes

AWS is excited to introduce Amazon SageMaker Operators for Kubernetes in general availability. This new feature makes it easier for developers and data scientists that use Kubernetes to train, tune, and deploy machine learning (ML) models in Amazon SageMaker. You can install these operators on your Kubernetes cluster to create Amazon SageMaker jobs natively using […]

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