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Train fraudulent payment detection with Amazon SageMaker

The ability to detect fraudulent card payments is becoming increasingly important as the world moves towards a cashless society. For decades, banks have relied on building complex mathematical models to predict whether a given card payment transaction is likely to be fraudulent or not. These models must be both accurate and precise—they must catch fraudulent […]

Announcing the Amazon S3 plugin for PyTorch

Amazon S3 plugin for PyTorch is an open-source library which is built to be used with the deep learning framework PyTorch for streaming data from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). With this feature available in PyTorch Deep Learning Containers, you can take advantage of using data from S3 buckets directly with PyTorch dataset and […]

Schedule an Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler flow to process new data periodically using AWS Lambda functions

Data scientists can spend up to 80% of their time preparing data for machine learning (ML) projects. This preparation process is largely undifferentiated and tedious work, and can involve multiple programming APIs and custom libraries. Announced at AWS re:Invent 2020, Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler reduces the time it takes to aggregate and prepare data for […]

How Intel Olympic Technology Group built a smart coaching SaaS application by deploying pose estimation models – Part 1

The Intel Olympic Technology Group (OTG), a division within Intel focused on bringing cutting-edge technology to Olympic athletes, collaborated with AWS Machine Learning Professional Services (MLPS) to build a smart coaching software as a service (SaaS) application using computer vision (CV)-based pose estimation models. Pose estimation is a class of machine learning (ML) model that […]

Run ML inference on AWS Snowball Edge with Amazon SageMaker Edge Manager and AWS IoT Greengrass

You can use AWS Snowball Edge devices in locations like cruise ships, oil rigs, and factory floors with limited to no network connectivity for a wide range of machine learning (ML) applications such as surveillance, facial recognition, and industrial inspection. However, given the remote and disconnected nature of these devices, deploying and managing ML models […]

Simplify and automate anomaly detection in streaming data with Amazon Lookout for Metrics

Do you want to monitor your business metrics and detect anomalies in your existing streaming data pipelines? Amazon Lookout for Metrics is a service that uses machine learning (ML) to detect anomalies in your time series data. The service goes beyond simple anomaly detection. It allows developers to set up autonomous monitoring for important metrics […]

Intelligent governance of document processing pipelines for regulated industries

Processing large documents like PDFs and static images is a cornerstone of today’s highly regulated industries. From healthcare information like doctor-patient visits and bills of health, to financial documents like loan applications, tax filings, research reports, and regulatory filings, these documents are integral to how these industries conduct business. The mechanisms by which these documents […]

Using the Amazon SageMaker Studio Image Build CLI to build container images from your Studio notebooks

The new Amazon SageMaker Studio Image Build convenience package allows data scientists and developers to easily build custom container images from your Studio notebooks via a new CLI. The new CLI eliminates the need to manually set up and connect to Docker build environments for building container images in Amazon SageMaker Studio. Amazon SageMaker Studio […]

Build text analytics solutions with Amazon Comprehend and Amazon Relational Database Service

In this blog post, we will show you how to get started building rich text analytics views from your database, without having to learn anything about machine learning for natural language processing models. We’ll do this by leveraging Amazon Comprehend, paired with Amazon Aurora-MySQL and AWS Lambda.