AWS Machine Learning Blog

Choose specific timeseries to forecast with Amazon Forecast

Today, we’re excited to announce that Amazon Forecast offers the ability to generate forecasts on a selected subset of items. This helps you to leverage the full value of your data, and apply it selectively on your choice of items reducing the time and effort to get forecasted results. Generating a forecast on ‘all’ items of the […]

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Improve ML developer productivity with Weights & Biases: A computer vision example on Amazon SageMaker

The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post. As more organizations use deep learning techniques such as computer vision and natural language processing, the machine learning (ML) developer persona needs scalable tooling around experiment tracking, lineage, and […]

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How Cepsa used Amazon SageMaker and AWS Step Functions to industrialize their ML projects and operate their models at scale

This blog post is co-authored by Guillermo Ribeiro, Sr. Data Scientist at Cepsa. Machine learning (ML) has rapidly evolved from being a fashionable trend emerging from academic environments and innovation departments to becoming a key means to deliver value across businesses in every industry. This transition from experiments in laboratories to solving real-world problems in […]

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Analyze and tag assets stored in Veeva Vault PromoMats using Amazon AppFlow and Amazon AI Services

In a previous post, we talked about analyzing and tagging assets stored in Veeva Vault PromoMats using Amazon AI services and the Veeva Vault Platform’s APIs. In this post, we explore how to use Amazon AppFlow, a fully managed integration service that enables you to securely transfer data from software as a service (SaaS) applications […]

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MLOps foundation roadmap for enterprises with Amazon SageMaker

As enterprise businesses embrace machine learning (ML) across their organizations, manual workflows for building, training, and deploying ML models tend to become bottlenecks to innovation. To overcome this, enterprises needs to shape a clear operating model defining how multiple personas, such as data scientists, data engineers, ML engineers, IT, and business stakeholders, should collaborate and […]

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Introducing Amazon CodeWhisperer, the ML-powered coding companion

We are excited to announce Amazon CodeWhisperer, a machine learning (ML)-powered service that helps improve developer productivity by providing code recommendations based on developers’ natural comments and prior code. With CodeWhisperer, developers can simply write a comment that outlines a specific task in plain English, such as “upload a file to S3.” Based on this, […]

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Manage AutoML workflows with AWS Step Functions and AutoGluon on Amazon SageMaker

Running machine learning (ML) experiments in the cloud can span across many services and components. The ability to structure, automate, and track ML experiments is essential to enable rapid development of ML models. With the latest advancements in the field of automated machine learning (AutoML), namely the area of ML dedicated to the automation of […]

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Import data from cross-account Amazon Redshift in Amazon SageMaker Data Wrangler for exploratory data analysis and data preparation

Organizations moving towards a data-driven culture embrace the use of data and machine learning (ML) in decision-making. To make ML-based decisions from data, you need your data available, accessible, clean, and in the right format to train ML models. Organizations with a multi-account architecture want to avoid situations where they must extract data from one […]

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Predict types of machine failures with no-code machine learning using Amazon SageMaker Canvas

Predicting common machine failure types is critical in manufacturing industries. Given a set of characteristics of a product that is tied to a given type of failure, you can develop a model that can predict the failure type when you feed those attributes to a machine learning (ML) model. ML can help with insights, but […]

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Visual inspection automation using Amazon SageMaker JumpStart

According to Gartner, hyperautomation is the number one trend in 2022 and will continue advancing in future. One of the main barriers to hyperautomation is in areas where we’re still struggling to reduce human involvement. Intelligent systems have a hard time matching human visual recognition abilities, despite great advancements in deep learning in computer vision. […]

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