AWS Introduces 13 New Machine Learning Capabilities and Services

TECHNOLOGY NEWS DESK | December 4, 2018

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Amazon Web Services, Inc. recently introduced 13 new machine learning services and abilities, across all layers in the machine learning stack, with the aim to help even more developers access machine learning. The company announced new Amazon SageMaker features, which makes it easier for developers to create, train, and deploy machine learning models, including automatic, low-cost data labeling as well as reinforcement learning (RL).A fully managed service, Amazon SageMaker eliminates the conjecture as well as heavy lifting from every step of the machine learning process. It also makes it easier for developers to create, train, refine, and deploy machine learning models. AWS introduced framework enhancements, new services, and a custom chip to accelerate machine learning training and inference, while cutting down cost. Besides that, the company also launched new artificial intelligence services that are capable of reading medical information; offering tailored personalization, recommendations, and forecasts with assistance from the same technology as the one utilized by Amazon.com; and extracting text from practically any document.

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