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How Intuit Uses Amazon SageMaker to Manage Machine Learning at Scale, AWS San Francisco Summit 2018

Intuit is all-in on AWS and uses Amazon SageMaker to train its machine-learning models quickly and at scale, cutting deployment times by 90 percent. Intuit devlops accounting, financial, and tax-preparation software such as TurboTax, Mint, and Quickbooks. Nhung Ho, Head of Data Science at Intuit Quickbooks, spoke onstage at the 2018 AWS San Francisco Summit.

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