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Use Landing Zone Accelerator on AWS customizations to deploy Cloud Intelligence Dashboards

In this post, you will learn how to deploy Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Intelligence Dashboards (CID) using the Landing Zone Accelerator on AWS (LZA) solution. In doing so, you will learn how to customize your LZA deployment using the customizations-config.yaml file. By utilizing the LZA and CID together, you can streamline the deployment process, ensure compliance with best practices, and gain valuable insights into your cloud environment, ultimately leading to improved operational efficiency, enhanced security, and better-informed decision-making.

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ICF helps FDA accelerate the drug labeling review process with AWS machine learning

Within the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, the Division of Medication Error Prevention and Analysis (DMEPA) plays a critical role. DMEPA reviews premarket and postmarket drug labeling to minimize the risk of medication errors. In partnership with DMEPA, Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner ICF is developing a machine learning (ML) prototype known as the Computerized Labeling Assessment Tool (CLAT). The prototype employs innovative applications of optical character recognition (OCR) technology and the novel use of computer vision techniques that will alleviate bottlenecks in and enhance the efficiency of the drug labeling review process.

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AWS Partner Kokomo24/7 transforms Los Angeles Unified School District’s health data system in one year

Kokomo24/7 is a health and safety software education technology (EdTech) platform committed to creating safer schools and communities. Kokomo used Amazon Web Services (AWS) database and analytics tools to create a health-tracking platform that allowed the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the second-largest school district in the US, to cut its costs by 50 percent while improving flexibility and response times.

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Germany’s International University of Applied Sciences automates creation of educational videos using generative AI, serverless on AWS

The International University of Applied Sciences (IU) maintains 90 percent of its course content online. Through its online programs, IU aims to give people worldwide access to highly individualized education, enabling them to further enrich their lives. The large majority of IU’s infrastructure runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Read this post to learn why IU worked directly with AWS experts through the Experience-Based Acceleration (EBA) program to expand their automated video generation pipelines to be more scalable, modular, and robust.

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Unlocking data governance for multiple accounts with Amazon DataZone

This post discusses how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can help you successfully set up an Amazon DataZone domain, aggregate data from multiple sources into a single centralized environment, and perform analytics on that data. Additionally, this post provides a sample architecture as well as a walkthrough on how to set up that architecture. Ultimately, this post serves as a valuable resource if you’re seeking to optimize your data management processes and derive actionable insights to drive business growth.

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ASTERRA helps build a more sustainable Earth by identifying and mitigating ‘lost water’ using AWS

ASTERRA, an Israel-based geospatial and Earth observation company, uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help water utilities and a number of industries identify and mitigate pipeline leaks. ASTERRA uses AWS to derive intelligence and insights from beneath the surface of their largest installations and to bypass the need to break ground and dig for leaks. Read this post to learn how AWS has helped ASTERRA overcome traditional on-premises infrastructure limitations and to accelerate the development of solutions for anticipating and mitigating failures, saving water, energy, and avoiding carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions as a result.

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Emory University supports AI.Humanity initiative with high-performance computing on AWS

In 2022, Emory launched the AI.Humanity initiative to explore the societal impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) and influence its future development to serve humanity. Emory aims to be a leading advocate for ethical use of AI and a top destination for students and faculty seeking to understand and apply its transformative technologies. Read this blog post to learn how Emory uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support the computing needs of AI.Humanity.

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Modern data strategy for government tax and labor systems

Introduction Government authorities such as tax, unemployment insurance, and other finance agencies across the US and globally are seeking ways to innovate. They are trying to unlock insights from their data, deliver better customer experiences, and improve operations using cutting-edge technologies such as generative artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and other data analytics tools. […]

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St. Louis University uses AWS to make big data accessible for researchers

The research team at SLU’s Sinquefield Center for Applied Economic Research (SCAER) required vast quantities of anonymized cell phone data in order to study the impacts of large-scale social problems. SCAER needed to store, clean, and process 450 terabytes of data, so it worked with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create a fast, cost-effective solution for managing its growing quantities of data.

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.