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Tag: AWS Batch

Build an online compound solubility prediction workflow with AWS Batch and Amazon SageMaker

Machine learning (ML) methods for the field of computational chemistry are growing at an accelerated rate. Easy access to open-source solvers (such as TensorFlow and Apache MXNet), toolkits (such as RDKit cheminformatics software), and open-scientific initiatives (such as DeepChem) makes it easy to use these frameworks in daily research. In the field of chemical informatics, many […]

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Create Audiobooks with Amazon Polly and AWS Batch

Update: On 17 JUL 2018, Amazon Polly released Asynchronous Synthesis, a new feature that enables you to process up to 100,000 characters of text at a time using asynchronous requests. Read this article for details: Amazon Polly Update – Time-Driven Prosody and Asynchronous Synthesis. Amazon Polly, one of AWS’s first AI services, turns text into lifelike […]

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Classify a Large Number of Images with Amazon Rekognition and AWS Batch

Amazon Rekognition, one of the first AWS AI services, makes it easy to quickly add sophisticated deep-learning-based visual search and image classification to your applications. With the Rekognition API, you can detect objects, scenes, and faces in images, and search and compare faces. Many AWS customers who have images stored in S3 want to query […]

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