Apply profanity masking in Amazon Translate

Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, affordable, and customizable language translation. This post shows how you can mask profane words and phrases with a grawlix string (“?$#@$”). Amazon Translate typically chooses clean words for your translation output. But in some situations, you want to

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning February 11, 2022

Reduce costs and complexity of ML preprocessing with Amazon S3 Object Lambda

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an object storage service that offers industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance. Often, customers have objects in S3 buckets that need further processing to be used effectively by consuming applications. Data engineers must support these application-specific data views with trade-offs between persisting

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning February 10, 2022

Implement MLOps using AWS pre-trained AI Services with AWS Organizations

The AWS Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) framework is an iterative and repetitive process for evolving AI models over time. Like DevOps, practitioners gain efficiencies promoting their artifacts through various environments (such as quality assurance, integration, and production) for quality control. In parallel, customers rapidly adopt multi-account strategies through AWS Organizations

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning February 8, 2022

Improve high-value research with Hugging Face and Amazon SageMaker asynchronous inference endpoints

Many of our AWS customers provide research, analytics, and business intelligence as a service. This type of research and business intelligence enables their end customers to stay ahead of markets and competitors, identify growth opportunities, and address issues proactively. For example, some of our financial services sector customers do research

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning February 7, 2022

Will KM be hit by a "Trust recession"?

 It is generally acknowledged that KM requires a culture of trust. But is remote working eroding trust, and what might this do to KM? Trust by Vic on Flickr There are many studies of the links between Knowledge Management and trust (see here, here, and here for example). Without a

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Shared by Nick Milton February 7, 2022