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QUICK HIT: Amazon Re:Invent Roundup

Amazon is seemingly unstoppable in both technology and commerce and it can be hard to keep up with all of the improvements and product developments that are released.

Today's Website Magazine QUICK HIT focuses on several newsworthy items from last week's Re:Invent conference that are sure to capture the attention of 'Net professionals
 
Amazon announced five new machine learning services and a deep learning-enabled wireless video camera for developers. Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed service for developers and data scientists to build, train, deploy and manage their own machine learning models. AWS also introduced AWS DeepLens, a deep learning-enabled wireless video camera that can run real-time computer vision models to give developers hands-on experience with machine learning. And, AWS announced four new application services that allow developers to build applications that emulate human-like cognition: Amazon Transcribe for converting speech to text; Amazon Translate for translating text between languages; Amazon Comprehend for understanding natural language; and, Amazon Rekognition Video, a new computer vision service for analyzing videos in batches and in real-time.
 
“Our original vision for AWS was to enable any individual in his or her dorm room or garage to have access to the same technology, tools, scale, and cost structure as the largest companies in the world. Our vision for machine learning is no different,” said Swami Sivasubramanian, VP of Machine Learning, AWS. “We want all developers to be able to use machine learning much more expansively and successfully, irrespective of their machine learning skill level. "
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