AWS wants to make it easier to get to grips with machine learning

DEC 03, 2021

Amazon SageMaker Studio Lab looks to break down barriers to machine learning

Getting to grips with Machine Learning (ML) technology could soon be much easier thanks to a new service from Amazon Web Services.

The company has launched Amazon SageMaker Studio Lab, a free, no-configuration version of its SageMaker program that lets users build and deploy ML models, in an attempt to break down barriers to the technology.

AWS is also launching a new $10m AWS AI & ML Scholarship Program specifically aimed at those interested in ML, as well as looking to improve diversity and accessibility across the technology space.


Unveiling both launches at the company's AWS re:Invent 2021 event in Las Vegas, Vice President of Amazon Machine Learning at AWS Swami Sivasubramanian highlighted how the news could help train the next generation of ML developers.