AWS unveils its AI consultancy program ‘Amazon ML Solutions Lab’

By : |November 23, 2017 0

Amazon Web Services(AWS) has unveiled its AI consultancy program called Amazon ML Solutions Lab that provides customers access to machine learning experts from Amazon who can help them tackle business problems using purpose-built intelligent models.

“We can’t wait for developers to start their journeys into machine learning with the Amazon ML Solutions Lab,” said Swami Sivasubramanian, Vice President of Amazon AI. “By combining the expertise of the best machine learning scientist and practitioners at Amazon with the deep business knowledge of our customers, the Amazon ML Solutions Lab will help customers get up to speed on machine learning quickly, and start putting machine learning to work inside their organizations.”

The format of the program is flexible. Customers can participate at a dedicated facility at AWS headquarters in Seattle, or Amazon can send machine learning developer models to customer’s website. The length of the program can range from weeks to months, with a four-week Express version available for customers that have data already prepared.

                                 

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Amazon has named three customers using the program, including Washington Post, Toyota Research Institute and Janssen, the pharmaceutical companies of Johnson & Johnson. Jesse Heap, a senior IT manager at Janssen, said, “We are pleased to state that the Amazon ML Solutions Lab quickly kicked off a deep learning workshop through which machine learning experts from Amazon have been brainstorming with and training our data scientists on applying deep learning to pharma-related use cases.”

The Amazon ML Solutions Lab will provide learners with working models. In addition, one can expect to receive a significant amount of training and education along the way in the form of workshops, tutorials and bootcamps, so that developers can take what they have learned through the process and use it elsewhere in their organizations.

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