In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the video analysis features in Amazon Rekognition Video using the AWS Console. Amazon Rekognition Video is a deep learning powered video analysis service that detects activities and recognizes objects, celebrities, and inappropriate content. As a developer, analyzing video is a challenge you will face if you are developing a video cataloging system or creating an application to provide sentiment analysis. This challenge can be solved by building your own machine learning model, however this option is time-intensive, expensive, and requires machine learning expertise. Amazon Rekognition Video provides an easy-to-use API that offers real-time analysis of streaming video and facial analysis.
Technology meets large-scale dimensions in this scenario. Once upon a time, face-recognition was just imagination. Now in use and highly recommended for various sectors to pursue the face recognition technology. There are real faces hidden behind reel looks but such technology, like face recognition, is impeccable to explore the reality. Nowadays, technology reached one step up with an innovation which converts into reality.
Arcanum specializes in digitizing Hungarian language content, including newspapers, books, maps, and art. With over 30 years of experience, Arcanum serves more than 30,000 global subscribers with access to Hungarian culture, history, and heritage. Amazon Rekognition Solutions Architects worked with Arcanum to add highly scalable image analysis to Arcanum Digitheca, a free service provided by Arcanum, which enables you to search and explore Hungarian cultural heritage, including 600,000 faces over 500,000 images. For example, you can find historical works by author Mór Jókai or photos on topics like weddings. The Arcanum team chose Amazon Rekognition to free valuable staff from time and cost-intensive manual labeling, and improved label accuracy to make 200,000 previously unsearchable images (approximately 40% of image inventory), available to users.
Amazon has started to offer artificial intelligence based services on its AWS platform, to give developers more tools to engage with customers. The three new AI tools are called Lex, Polly and Rekognition. Lex is the technology that powers Amazon Alexa, and allows developers to integrate rich conversational experiences in their offerings. Polly is a state of the art text to speech service that has forty seven life like voices in twenty languages. Rekognition is an image processing service, that can identify content in images.