AWS Public Sector Blog

Category: Artificial Intelligence

How the Imaging Data Commons migrated 40 million medical images using AWS DataSync

How the Imaging Data Commons migrated 40 million medical images using AWS DataSync

Learn how the National Cancer Institute Imaging Data Commons (IDC) team migrated the Imaging Data Commons data to AWS using AWS DataSync. Plus, learn how to get started with IDC data, which is accessible at no cost through the AWS Open Data Sponsorship Program.

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Top highlights from AWS worldwide public sector partners at re:Invent 2023

Jeff Kratz, vice president of worldwide public sector channels and alliances at Amazon Web Services (AWS), has attended 11 re:Invent conferences and continues to be awestruck by the innovative ideas and value that AWS Partners bring to customers. For those who were unable to attend or watch virtually, Jeff summarizes some of re:Invent 2023’s key partner highlights in this blog post.

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Swindon Borough Council makes vital public information more accessible using Amazon Bedrock

There are 1.5 million people with a learning disability in the UK and globally, it is estimated that 15 percent of the population have some form of learning disability. Read this blog post to learn how Swindon Borough Council, a local authority in England, used Amazon Bedrock to create the Easy Read solution, which helps make vital public information more accessible and inclusive for its constituents.

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Highlights from the re:Invent 2023 public sector Innovation Talk

The 12th annual Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference debuted Innovation Talks—deep dives hosted by AWS thought leaders. Dave Levy, vice president of AWS worldwide public sector, delivered his talk, “Empowering citizens through digital innovation,” on Monday, November 27. Read this blog post to learn more about some of the public sector organizations using the AWS Cloud to improve people’s lives and the world.

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SeloVerde uses geospatial big data and AI/ML to monitor deforestation in supply chains, powered by AWS

Open source geospatial artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) analyses along with Internet of Things (IoT)-connected sensors can power near real-time data built on the cloud and assist in decision-making. Read this blog post to learn how Amazon Web Services (AWS) is supporting the Government of Pará, Brazil, in designing and deploying SeloVerde (Green Seal), a cutting-edge tool to address climate change challenges and traceability in deforestation-risk supply chains.

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Icometrix helps to detect and treat neurological diseases with AI imaging, powered by AWS

Icometrix is a healthcare technology company that supports neurologists in making the correct diagnosis and prognosis for several brain diseases. Hundreds of clinical practices employ icometrix’s artificial intelligence (AI) imaging solutions, powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), to aid in detecting and treating diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s.

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Nebraska Judicial Branch modernizes its Electronic Exhibits System using AWS

More than 180 courts compose the Nebraska Judicial Branch, which together handle more than 285,000 cases annually and all of the case exhibits that come with such a workload. This blog post highlights the Judicial Branch’s journey to building an electronic exhibits system on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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34 new or updated datasets available on the Registry of Open Data on AWS

This quarter, AWS released 34 new or updated datasets on the Register of Open Data. What will you build with these datasets? Read through this blog post for inspiration.

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Alteia and the World Bank assess and enhance road infrastructure data quality at scale using AWS

Read this blog post to learn how the World Bank assesses road infrastructure faster and at less cost by using Alteia data analytics powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), geospatial imagery, and satellite imagery available on the Registry of Open Data on AWS.

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BriBooks improves children’s creative writing with generative AI, powered by AWS

Generative artificial intelligence (generative AI) has the potential to play several important roles in education, transforming the way we teach and learn. This blog post looks at how one EdTech startup, BriBooks, is leveraging generative AI to assist young children with creative writing.