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Amazon's own 'Machine Learning University' now available to all developers Amazon Web Services

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Today, I'm excited to share that, for the first time, the same machine learning courses used to train engineers at Amazon are now available to all developers through AWS. We've been using machine learning across Amazon for more than 20 years. With thousands of engineers focused on machine learning across the company, there are very few Amazon retail pages, products, fulfillment technologies, stores which haven't been improved through the use of machine learning in one way or another. Many AWS customers share this enthusiasm, and our mission has been to take machine learning from something which had previously been only available to the largest, most well-funded technology companies, and put it in the hands of every developer. Thanks to services such as Amazon SageMaker, Amazon Rekognition, Amazon Comprehend, Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Polly, Amazon Translate, and Amazon Lex, tens of thousands of developers are already on their way to building more intelligent applications through machine learning.


Amazon launches Amazon AI to bring its machine learning smarts to developers

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Amazon today announced the launch of its new Amazon AI platform at its re:Invent developer event in Las Vegas. This new service brings many of the machine learning smarts Amazon has developed in-house over the years to devs outside the company. For now, the service only makes three different tools available, but the plan is to add more over time. Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy stressed that Amazon itself has a lot of background in machine learning, even though the company hasn't always talked about it. "We do a lot of AI in our company," he said.


Amazon launches Amazon AI to bring its machine learning smarts to developers

#artificialintelligence

Amazon today announced the launch of its new Amazon AI platform at its re:Invent developer event in Las Vegas. This new service brings many of the machine learning smarts Amazon has developed in-house over the years to devs outside the company. For now, the service only makes three different tools available, but the plan is to add more over time. Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy stressed that Amazon itself has a lot of background in machine learning, even though the company hasn't always talked about it. "We do a lot of AI in our company," he said.


Amazon launches Amazon AI to bring its machine learning smarts to developers

#artificialintelligence

Amazon today announced the launch of its new Amazon AI platform at its re:Invent developer event in Las Vegas. This new service brings many of the machine learning smarts Amazon has developed in-house over the years to developers outside the company. For now, the service only makes three different tools available to developers, but the plan is to add more over time. Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy stressed that Amazon itself has a lot of background in machine learning, even though the company hasn't always talked about it. "We do a lot of AI in our company," he said.


Amazon Releases A New Tool To Improve Machine Learning Processes

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One of Amazon's most recent announcements was the release of their new tool called Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels. This advanced tool has the capability to improve machine learning on a whole new scale, allowing for better data analysis and object recognition. Amazon Rekognition will help users train their machine learning models more easily and allow them to understand a set of objects out of limited data. In other words, this capability will make machines more intelligent and capable of recognizing items with far less data sets than ever before. Employees stand near an The Amazon Inc. logo is displayed above the reception counter at the ... [ ] company's campus in Hyderabad, India, on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.