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Customize pronunciations using Amazon Polly

Amazon Polly breathes life into text by converting it into lifelike speech. This empowers developers and businesses to create applications that can converse in real time, thereby offering an enhanced interactive experience. Text-to-speech (TTS) in Amazon Polly supports a variety of languages and locales, which enables you to perform TTS conversion according to your preferences. […]

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Demystifying machine learning at the edge through real use cases

Edge is a term that refers to a location, far from the cloud or a big data center, where you have a computer device (edge device) capable of running (edge) applications. Edge computing is the act of running workloads on these edge devices. Machine learning at the edge (ML@Edge) is a concept that brings the […]

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How eMagazines utilizes Amazon Polly to voice articles for school-aged kids

This is a guest post by Andrew Degenholtz, CEO and Founder of eMagazines, the parent company of ReadAlong.ai. eMagazines’ technology seamlessly transforms print products into premium digital and audio experiences. Leveraging Amazon technology, ReadAlong.ai offers a simple, turn-key way for publishers to add audio to their websites with a single line of code. eMagazines supports […]

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How InfoJobs (Adevinta) improves NLP model prediction performance with AWS Inferentia and Amazon SageMaker

This is a guest post co-written by Juan Francisco Fernandez, ML Engineer in Adevinta Spain, and AWS AI/ML Specialist Solutions Architects Antonio Rodriguez and João Moura. InfoJobs, a subsidiary company of the Adevinta group, provides the perfect match between candidates looking for their next job position and employers looking for the best hire for the […]

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Train machine learning models using Amazon Keyspaces as a data source

Many applications meant for industrial equipment maintenance, trade monitoring, fleet management, and route optimization are built using open-source Cassandra APIs and drivers to process data at high speeds and low latency. Managing Cassandra tables yourself can be time consuming and expensive. Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra) lets you set up, secure, and scale Cassandra tables […]

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Amazon SageMaker Notebook Instances now support configuring and restricting IMDS versions

Today, we’re excited to announce that Amazon SageMaker now supports the ability to configure Instance Metadata Service Version 2 (IMDSv2) for Notebook Instances, and for administrators to control the minimum version with which end-users create new Notebook Instances. You can now choose IMDSv2 only for your new and existing SageMaker Notebook Instances to take advantage […]

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Detect financial transaction fraud using a Graph Neural Network with Amazon SageMaker

Fraud plagues many online businesses and costs them billions of dollars each year. Financial fraud, counterfeit reviews, bot attacks, account takeovers, and spam are all examples of online fraud and malicious behaviors. Although many businesses take approaches to combat online fraud, these existing approaches can have severe limitations. First, many existing methods aren’t sophisticated or […]

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Optimize F1 aerodynamic geometries via Design of Experiments and machine learning

FORMULA 1 (F1) cars are the fastest regulated road-course racing vehicles in the world. Although these open-wheel automobiles are only 20–30 kilometers (or 12–18 miles) per-hour faster than top-of-the-line sports cars, they can speed around corners up to five times as fast due to the powerful aerodynamic downforce they create. Downforce is the vertical force […]

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Run automatic model tuning with Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

In December 2020, AWS announced the general availability of Amazon SageMaker JumpStart, a capability of Amazon SageMaker that helps you quickly and easily get started with machine learning (ML). In March 2022, we also announced the support for APIs in JumpStart. JumpStart provides one-click fine-tuning and deployment of a wide variety of pre-trained models across […]

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The Intel®3D Athlete Tracking (3DAT) scalable architecture deploys pose estimation models using Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Amazon EKS

This blog post is co-written by Jonathan Lee, Nelson Leung, Paul Min, and Troy Squillaci from Intel.  In Part 1 of this post, we discussed how Intel®3DAT collaborated with AWS Machine Learning Professional Services (MLPS) to build a scalable AI SaaS application. 3DAT uses computer vision and AI to recognize, track, and analyze over 1,000 […]

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