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How OCX Cognition reduced ML model development time from weeks to days and model update time from days to real time using AWS Step Functions and Amazon SageMaker

This post was co-authored by Brian Curry (Founder and Head of Products at OCX Cognition) and Sandhya MN (Data Science Lead at InfoGain) OCX Cognition is a San Francisco Bay Area-based startup, offering a commercial B2B software as a service (SaaS) product called Spectrum AI. Spectrum AI is a predictive (generative) CX analytics platform for […]

Automate document validation and fraud detection in the mortgage underwriting process using AWS AI services: Part 1

In this three-part series, we present a solution that demonstrates how you can automate detecting document tampering and fraud at scale using AWS AI and machine learning (ML) services for a mortgage underwriting use case. This solution rides on a more significant global wave of increasing mortgage fraud, which is worsening as more people present […]

Introducing an image-to-speech Generative AI application using Amazon SageMaker and Hugging Face

Vision loss comes in various forms. For some, it’s from birth, for others, it’s a slow descent over time which comes with many expiration dates: The day you can’t see pictures, recognize yourself, or loved ones faces or even read your mail. In our previous blogpost Enable the Visually Impaired to Hear Documents using Amazon […]

Prepare training and validation dataset for facies classification using Snowflake integration and train using Amazon SageMaker Canvas

This post is co-written with Thatcher Thornberry from bpx energy.  Facies classification is the process of segmenting lithologic formations from geologic data at the wellbore location. During drilling, wireline logs are obtained, which have depth-dependent geologic information. Geologists are deployed to analyze this log data and determine depth ranges for potential facies of interest from […]

Demand forecasting at Getir built with Amazon Forecast

This is a guest post co-authored by Nafi Ahmet Turgut, Mutlu Polatcan, Pınar Baki, Mehmet İkbal Özmen, Hasan Burak Yel, and Hamza Akyıldız from Getir. Getir is the pioneer of ultrafast grocery delivery. The tech company has revolutionized last-mile delivery with its “groceries in minutes” delivery proposition. Getir was founded in 2015 and operates in […]

Reduce Amazon SageMaker inference cost with AWS Graviton

Amazon SageMaker provides a broad selection of machine learning (ML) infrastructure and model deployment options to help meet your ML inference needs. It’s a fully-managed service and integrates with MLOps tools so you can work to scale your model deployment, reduce inference costs, manage models more effectively in production, and reduce operational burden. SageMaker provides […]

­­­­How Sleepme uses Amazon SageMaker for automated temperature control to maximize sleep quality in real time

This is a guest post co-written with Trey Robinson, CTO at Sleepme Inc. Sleepme is an industry leader in sleep temperature management and monitoring products, including an Internet of Things (IoT) enabled sleep tracking sensor suite equipped with heart rate, respiration rate, bed and ambient temperature, humidity, and pressure sensors. Sleepme offers a smart mattress […]

Create high-quality datasets with Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth and FiftyOne

This is a joint post co-written by AWS and Voxel51. Voxel51 is the company behind FiftyOne, the open-source toolkit for building high-quality datasets and computer vision models. A retail company is building a mobile app to help customers buy clothes. To create this app, they need a high-quality dataset containing clothing images, labeled with different […]

Optimized PyTorch 2.0 inference with AWS Graviton processors

New generations of CPUs offer a significant performance improvement in machine learning (ML) inference due to specialized built-in instructions. Combined with their flexibility, high speed of development, and low operating cost, these general-purpose processors offer an alternative to other existing hardware solutions. AWS, Arm, Meta and others helped optimize the performance of PyTorch 2.0 inference […]

How Vericast optimized feature engineering using Amazon SageMaker Processing

This post is co-written by Jyoti Sharma and Sharmo Sarkar from Vericast. For any machine learning (ML) problem, the data scientist begins by working with data. This includes gathering, exploring, and understanding the business and technical aspects of the data, along with evaluation of any manipulations that may be needed for the model building process. […]