Helping small businesses deliver personalized experiences with the Amazon Personalize extension for Magento

This is a guest post by Jeff Finkelstein, founder of Customer Paradigm, a full-service interactive media firm and Magento solutions partner. Many small retailers use Magento, an open-source ecommerce platform, to create websites or mobile applications to sell their products online. Personalization is key to creating high-quality ecommerce experiences, but

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 20, 2020

How the management of documented knowledge changes with KM maturity

 Improved access to documents is the second-most common strategic approach to KM. How is this improved access delivered? A question in our 2017 and 2020 surveys asked respondents how explicit or documented knowledge is managed.  The question was phrased as follows: Which of the following most closely represents the organisation’s current

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Shared by Nick Milton November 20, 2020

Introducing Google News Initiative Conversations

This year, the way many of us work has changed dramatically. We’ve gone from lunch meetings and large networking conferences to meeting virtually from our makeshift home offices. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly upended a lot of this, but that doesn’t mean sharing ideas is on hold, too. That’s especially

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Shared by Google AI Technology November 18, 2020

Incorporating your enterprise knowledge graph into Amazon Kendra

For many organizations, consolidating information assets and making them available to employees when needed remains a challenge. Commonly used technology like spreadsheets, relational databases, and NoSQL databases exacerbate this issue by creating more and more unconnected, unstructured data. Knowledge graphs can provide easier access and understanding to this data by

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 18, 2020

Store output in custom Amazon S3 bucket and encrypt using AWS KMS for multi-page document processing with Amazon Textract

Amazon Textract is a fully managed machine learning (ML) service that makes it easy to process documents at scale by automatically extracting printed text, handwriting, and other data from virtually any type of document. Amazon Textract goes beyond simple optical character recognition (OCR) to also identify the contents of fields

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 18, 2020