AWS Machine Learning Blog

Category: Customer Solutions

Industrial automation at Tyson with computer vision, AWS Panorama, and Amazon SageMaker

This is the first in a two-part blog series on how Tyson Foods, Inc., is utilizing machine learning to automate industrial processes at their meat packing plants by bringing the benefits of artificial intelligence applications at the edge. In part one, we discuss an inventory counting application for packaging lines built using Amazon SageMaker and […]

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Develop an automatic review image inspection service with Amazon SageMaker

This is a guest post by Jihye Park, a Data Scientist at MUSINSA.  MUSINSA is one of the largest online fashion platforms in South Korea, serving 8.4M customers and selling 6,000 fashion brands. Our monthly user traffic reaches 4M, and over 90% of our demographics consist of teens and young adults who are sensitive to […]

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How ReliaQuest uses Amazon SageMaker to accelerate its AI innovation by 35x 

Cybersecurity continues to be a top concern for enterprises. Yet the constantly evolving threat landscape that they face makes it harder than ever to be confident in their cybersecurity protections.

To address this, ReliaQuest built GreyMatter, an Open XDR-as-a-Service platform that brings together telemetry from any security and business solution, whether on-premises or in one or multiple clouds, to unify detection, investigation, response, and resilience.

In 2021, ReliaQuest turned to AWS to help it enhance its artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and build new features faster.

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Live transcriptions of F1 races using Amazon Transcribe

The Formula 1 (F1) live steaming service, F1 TV, has live automated closed captions in three different languages: English, Spanish, and French. For the 2021 season, FORMULA 1 has achieved another technological breakthrough, building a fully automated workflow to create closed captions in three languages and broadcasting to 85 territories using Amazon Transcribe. Amazon Transcribe […]

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Plan the locations of green car charging stations with an Amazon SageMaker built-in algorithm

While the fuel economy of new gasoline or diesel-powered vehicles improves every year, green vehicles are considered even more environmentally friendly because they’re powered by alternative fuel or electricity. Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), battery only electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), hydrogen cars, and solar cars are all considered types of green vehicles. […]

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Evolution of Cresta’s machine learning architecture: Migration to AWS and PyTorch

Cresta Intelligence, a California-based AI startup, makes businesses radically more productive by using Expertise AI to help sales and service teams unlock their full potential. Cresta is bringing together world-renowned AI thought-leaders, engineers, and investors to create a real-time coaching and management solution that transforms sales and increases service productivity, weeks after application deployment. Cresta […]

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Simplified MLOps with Deep Java Library

This is a guest post by Lucas Baker, Andrea Duque, and Viet Yen Nguyen of Hypefactors.   At Hypefactors, we build tech for media intelligence and reputation management. The solution is a software as a service (SaaS) product that does large-scale media monitoring of social media, news sites, TV, radio, and reviews across the world. The […]

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Deploy fast and scalable AI with NVIDIA Triton Inference Server in Amazon SageMaker

Machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) are becoming effective tools for solving diverse computing problems, from image classification in medical diagnosis, conversational AI in chatbots, to recommender systems in ecommerce. However, ML models that have specific latency or high throughput requirements can become prohibitively expensive to run at scale on generic computing infrastructure. To […]

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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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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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