AWS machine learning
- August 30, 2019
In August, Amazon Forecast, an AWS time series forecasting service, and Lake Formation became available to all users. The services should improve users' machine learning and data lake capabilities ...
- June 04, 2019
NASCAR will convert and optimize its 18 PB library of race footage with AWS AI and other services to serve broadcast partners and fans in an era driven by consumer app experiences.
- November 30, 2018
AWS' goal with AI and ML is to give everybody the same opportunity to bring machine learning to their applications – not just the "richest" and most powerful organizations, but any "builder" of ...
- November 29, 2018
AWS CEO Andy Jassy discusses how the company enforces ethical use of AI on its platform, its contributions to open source projects and how the on-premises Outposts will work.
- November 29, 2018
AWS has extended its AI portfolio with more options for developers who want to more easily and quickly incorporate machine learning into their applications.
- November 19, 2018
AWS re:Invent 2018 is sure to generate a number of important updates for enterprise cloud users. Stay on top of the latest news and analysis with this complete conference guide.
- July 19, 2018
AWS' AI tools have gained traction with users but also criticism from civil rights advocates. Matt Wood, an AWS deep learning and AI exec, discusses AWS' evolving portfolio.
- December 22, 2017
The list of AWS features continued to grow in 2017, with upgrades that grab IT shops' attention: containers, databases, security, serverless and machine learning.
- December 08, 2017
AWS re:Invent featured updates to database and internet of things technologies, but new cloud AI services such as SageMaker broaden the appeal of the cloud provider's AI tool set.
- December 04, 2017
Amazon Web Services has empowered developers with SageMaker, a tool that lets them incorporate machine learning into the apps they're building.
- November 30, 2017
Managed services took center stage at AWS' annual user conference, with added higher-level services for IoT, functions, containers and databases.
- April 09, 2015
Two months after arch-rival Microsoft Azure rolled out machine learning services, AWS has answered. Amazon also delivered a raft of other much awaited cloud services.