- “Today the company announced the general availability of Amazon Kendra, its cloud enterprise search product that the company announced last year at AWS re:Invent.
- Amazon is trying to change the enterprise search game by putting it into a more modern machine learning-driven context to use today’s technology to help you find that perfect response just as you typically do on the web.”
- “That’s what AI as a service is all about: making new technology accessible across the board, whether a company is big, small, tech-advanced, or on a budget.
- SMBs require it. AI as a service allows for advanced infrastructure at minimal cost. This is exactly what small and mid-sized businesses around the world need right now to compete against tech giants. AI as a service, in a way, is their only hope.”
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“Kicking re:Invent into high gear, Amazon Web Services Inc. today unveiled a massive array of artificial intelligence solutions spanning more than a half-dozen product categories, from code debugging to cybersecurity and contact center automation. And that’s on top of a formidable lineup of infrastructure announcements.
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“Forecasting events at scale given a set of variables is a capability most companies would find useful, for obvious reasons. Fortunately for them, Amazon’s made the science of prediction more accessible with a fully managed service called Forecast, which uses AI and machine learning to deliver highly accurate forecasts. It’s now generally available through Amazon Web Services.”
“The top-level results of the study show Google Vision to be the best of the engines when it comes to basic accuracy.
81.7% of the 2000 images it tagged were accurate, second only to the human team who managed to tag the images with 87.7% accuracy.”