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The video below is a product of the Olympic Games Knowledge Management program, as part of their methodology for transferring experience from one organising committee to another. The 27-minute video is introduced here, and was created during the Rio Olympics to describe the work of press photographers at the Olympic

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Shared by Nick Milton November 26, 2020

Bringing your own R environment to Amazon SageMaker Studio

Amazon SageMaker Studio is the first fully integrated development environment (IDE) for machine learning (ML). With a single click, data scientists and developers can quickly spin up SageMaker Studio notebooks to explore datasets and build models. On October 27, 2020, Amazon released a custom images feature that allows you to

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 25, 2020

Announcing the launch of Amazon Comprehend Events

Every day, financial organizations need to analyze news articles, SEC filings, and press releases, as well as track financial events such as bankruptcy announcements, changes in executive leadership at companies, and announcements of mergers and acquisitions. They want to accurately extract the key data points and associations among various people

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 25, 2020

Customizing your machine translation using Amazon Translate Active Custom Translation

When translating the English phrase “How are you?” to Spanish, would you prefer to use “¿Cómo estás?” or “¿Cómo está usted?” instead? Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, and affordable language translation. Today, we’re excited to introduce Active Custom Translation (ACT), a feature that

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 24, 2020

Building natural conversation flows using context management in Amazon Lex

Understanding the direction and context of an ever-evolving conversation is beneficial to building natural, human-like conversational interfaces. Being able to classify utterances as the conversation develops requires managing context across multiple turns. Consider a caller who asks their financial planner for insights regarding their monthly expenses: “What were my expenses

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 24, 2020