amazon-sagemaker-examples - Example notebooks that show how to apply machine learning and deep learning in Amazon SageMaker

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These examples provide a gentle introduction to machine learning concepts as they are applied in practical use cases across a variety of sectors.These examples provide quick walkthroughs to get you up and running with Amazon SageMaker's custom developed algorithms. Most of these algorithms can train on distributed hardware, scale incredibly well, and are faster and cheaper than popular alternatives.

https://github.com/awslabs/amazon-sagemaker-examples

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