Amazon Web Services Releases 3 Artificial Intelligence Tools to the Public

Credit: Eric Broder Van Dyke/Shutterstock Machine-learning is already starting to reinvent modern business, and the technology is poised for massive growth and development over the next few decades. E-commerce giant Amazon highlighted that trend on November 30 at the company’s developer conference AWS re:Invent, when Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy announced Amazon would open three of its AI services to developers everywhere. These hosted services – an image analysis tool called Amazon Rekognition; a text-to-speech tool known as Amazon Polly; and Amazon Lex, which helps developers build chatbots – mean that developers don’t need a background in machine-learning to use Amazon’s systems when building new applications. Consider it AI as a service: Amazon will handle the machine-learning, so developers can focus on building new, more powerful software. [See Related…


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