AWS Machine Learning Blog

Use SEC text for ratings classification using multimodal ML in Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

Starting today, we’re releasing new tools for multimodal financial analysis within Amazon SageMaker JumpStart. SageMaker JumpStart helps you quickly and easily get started with machine learning (ML) and provides a set of solutions for the most common use cases that can be trained and deployed readily with just a few clicks. You can now access […]

Virtu Financial enables its customers to apply advanced analytics and machine learning on trade and market data by provisioning Amazon SageMaker

This is a guest post by Erin Stanton, who currently runs the Global Client Support organization for Virtu Analytics.  Virtu Financial is a leading provider of financial services and products that uses cutting-edge technology to deliver liquidity to the global markets and innovative, transparent trading solutions to its clients. Virtu uses its global market-making expertise […]

Deploy multiple machine learning models for inference on AWS Lambda and Amazon EFS

You can deploy machine learning (ML) models for real-time inference with large libraries or pre-trained models. Common use cases include sentiment analysis, image classification, and search applications. These ML jobs typically vary in duration and require instant scaling to meet peak demand. You want to process latency-sensitive inference requests and pay only for what you […]

Detect anomalies using Amazon Lookout for Metrics and review inference through Amazon A2I

Proactively detecting unusual or unexpected variances in your business metrics and reducing false alarms can help you stay on top of sudden changes and improve your business performance. Accurately identifying the root cause of deviation from normal business metrics and taking immediate steps to remediate an anomaly can not only boost user engagement but also […]

Ounass increases its revenue using Amazon SageMaker with a Word2vec based recommender system

Based in Dubai, Ounass is the Middle East’s leading ecommerce platform for luxury goods. Scouring the globe for leading trends, Ounass’s expert team reports on the latest fashion updates, coveted insider information, and exclusive interviews for customers to read and shop. With more than 230,000 unique catalog items spanning multiple brands and several product classes—including […]

How to approach conversation design: The basics (Part 1)

Conversational interfaces have the potential to allow customers to interact more naturally with automated systems. From virtual assistants to concierge chatbots, conversational interfaces can bring convenience and personalization to customers at scale. However, these benefits depend not only on the technology that the Amazon Lex platform and other AWS services can provide, but also on […]

Customize Amazon SageMaker Studio using Lifecycle Configurations

July 2023: This post was reviewed for accuracy. Amazon SageMaker Studio is a web-based, integrated development environment (IDE) for machine learning (ML) that lets you build, train, debug, deploy, and monitor your ML models. It provides all the tools you need to take your models from experimentation to production while boosting your productivity. You can […]

Cluster time series data for use with Amazon Forecast

In the era of Big Data, businesses are faced with a deluge of time series data. This data is not just available in high volumes, but is also highly nuanced. Amazon Forecast Deep Learning algorithms such as DeepAR+ and CNN-QR build representations that effectively capture common trends and patterns across these numerous time series. These […]

Personalizing wellness recommendations at Calm with Amazon Personalize

This is a guest post by Shae Selix (Staff Data Scientist at Calm) and Luis Lopez Soria (Sr. AI/ML Specialist SA at AWS). Today, content is proliferating. It’s being produced in many different forms by a host of content providers, both large and small. Whether it’s on-demand video, music, podcasts, or other forms of rich […]

Explore image analysis results from Amazon Rekognition and store your findings in Amazon DocumentDB

When we analyze images, we may want to incorporate other metadata related to the image. Examples include when and where the image was taken, who took the image, as well as what is featured in the image. One way to represent this metadata is to use a JSON format, which is well-suited for a document […]