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New for Amazon Aurora – Use Machine Learning Directly From Your Databases

Machine Learning allows you to get better insights from your data. But where is most of the structured data stored? In databases! Today, in order to use machine learning with data in a relational database, you need to develop a custom application…
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Introducing Batch Mode Processing for Amazon Comprehend Medical

Launched at AWS re:Invent 2018, Amazon Comprehend Medical is a HIPAA-eligible natural language processing service that makes it easy to use machine learning to extract relevant medical information from unstructured text.For example, customers…
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Amazon Comprehend Medical – Natural Language Processing for Healthcare Customers

As the son of a Gastroenterologist and a Dermatologist, I grew up listening to arcane conversations involving a never-ending stream of complex medical terms: human anatomy, surgical procedures, medication names… and their abbreviations.…
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New – Train Custom Document Classifiers with Amazon Comprehend

Amazon Comprehend gives you the power to process natural-language text at scale (read my introductory post, Amazon Comprehend – Continuously Trained Natural Language Processing, to learn more). After launching late 2017 with support…
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Amazon Comprehend Launches Asynchronous Batch Operations

My colleague Jeff Barr last wrote about Amazon Comprehend, a service for discovering insights and relationships in text, when it launched at AWS re:Invent in 2017. Today, after iterating on customer feedback, we’re releasing a new asynchronous…
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Amazon Comprehend – Continuously Trained Natural Language Processing

Many years ago I was wandering through the University of Maryland CS Library and found a dusty old book titled What Computers Can’t Do, adjacent to its successor, What Computers Still Can’t Do. The second book was thicker, which…