Use AutoGluon-Tabular in AWS Marketplace

AutoGluon-Tabular is an open-source AutoML framework that requires only a single line of Python to train highly accurate machine learning (ML) models on an unprocessed tabular dataset. In this post, we walk you through a way of using AutoGluon-Tabular as a code-free AWS Marketplace product. We use this process to

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 9, 2021

Run AlphaFold v2.0 on Amazon EC2

After the article in Nature about the open-source of AlphaFold v2.0 on GitHub by DeepMind, many in the scientific and research community have wanted to try out DeepMind’s AlphaFold implementation firsthand. With compute resources through Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) with Nvidia GPU, you can quickly get AlphaFold running

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 6, 2021

Build a shelf monitoring application using AWS Panorama

Out-of-stock (OOS) is an essential metric tracked across the retail industry. Brick-and-mortar retailers seek to reduce their costs associated with OOS items, while simultaneously increasing shopper satisfaction without inventory surplus. A product can be OOS in three main ways: Distribution OOS, Store OOS, and Shelf OOS. This post focuses on

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 3, 2021

Get started with RStudio on Amazon SageMaker

Today, we’re excited to announce RStudio on Amazon SageMaker, the industry’s first fully-managed RStudio integrated development environment (IDE) in the cloud. You can now bring the current RStudio licenses and migrate your self-managed RStudio environments to Amazon SageMaker in a few simple steps. RStudio is one of the most popular

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 3, 2021

Intelligently split multi-form document packages with Amazon Textract and Amazon Comprehend

Many organizations spanning different sizes and industry verticals still rely on large volumes of documents to run their day-to-day operations. To solve this business challenge, customers are using intelligent document processing services from AWS such as Amazon Textract and Amazon Comprehend to help with extraction and process automation. Before you

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning November 3, 2021