AWS Wants To Put Machine Learning In Reach Of Any Developer

TechCrunch

Andy Jassy, senior vice president at Amazon Web Services, announced a new machine learning platform today at the AWS Summit in San Francisco.

The Amazon Machine Learning service is designed to give developers without machine learning background the tools to build smart, data-driven applications that can not only analyze what’s happening in real time or what happened in the past, but also predict what’s going to happen in the future (and that’s what’s most interesting here).

Companies like Netflix have been using AWS tools to undertake machine learning tasks for some time, but as Jassy said, “it’s hard work”, and AWS wanted to create a service specifically suited to machine learning without requiring specific expertise.

As with so many tools we see on AWS, the roots of the new tool began on Amazon.com where the company has been experimenting with various forms of machine learning for years. When you look at the recommendation engine…

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