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Illinois governor just made it harder to own guns….. and easier for cops to take them.

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) signed legislation empowering police to confiscate firearms from citizens and extending the wait period for gun purchases to 72 hours.
The new waiting period means a single woman being pursued by a stalker now has to hide and/or live behind locked doors for three days while she waits to get a gun for self-defense.

NBC 26 reports that the confiscatory law is called the Firearms Restraining Order Act. By signing it, Rauner made Illinois the 13th state to empower police to confiscate guns and he joined a growing list of Republican governors who signed such laws into place following the February 14, 2018, Parkland high school shooting.

Governors Rick Scott (R-FL), Phil Scott (R-VT), and Larry Hogan (R-MD), signed gun confiscation laws following Parkland.

The problem with these laws is that they would not have stopped the Parkland shooting, because the family with whom the gunman lived actually took up for him when police came to the house after being alerted that he was a possible threat. (Gun confiscation laws require family members to attest to the danger posed by another family member.) Moreover, such laws would have not have prevented the May 18, 2018, Santa Fe High School shooting in Texas because that gunman used someone else’s firearms.

Additionally, the Maryland gun confiscation law certainly did not prevent the June 28, 2018, attack on Annapolis’ Capital Gazette newspaper. Five people were killed in that attack.

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3 REASONS WHY O365 IS A BIG PART OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Office 365 is one of the most popular applications to make any business go paperless. Companies that use Microsoft O365 suite don’t have to worry about, documents or files getting misplaced. Here are three ways that any business can leverage Microsoft O365.

Flexibility and Scalability

Microsoft O365 is both flexible and scalable for any business. Microsoft O365 is available on a monthly or annual plan and can be scaled to cater to your business. It is very easy to add and remove users. Here at Websan, it can be done by filling in a form on our support page. Microsoft O365 has customized packages available so the right employees and departments access the best tools.

Moving to the Cloud

Microsoft O365 is in the cloud which means updates are done quickly by Microsoft with little to no interruptions. This will ensure that your business is using the latest versions of O365 and your business email and mailbox will never go offline. When O365 is deployed in the cloud, all the licenses will be active at once, making updating quick and secure by Microsoft.

All-in-one Business Solution

Having the right applications for each department will give your company the competitive advantage to stay ahead of the competition. The O365 suite is available on the web, desktop, and mobile devices. It makes it easier for your employees to quickly access their information, by using their Microsoft Account login.

Every business should have the Office 365 experience. No more filing cabinets or loose papers. With O365, your company can go completely digital. Microsoft O365 has multiple plans available to suit your business. Download our cheat sheet today and see what O036 is all about.

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Crystal Williams, Web Marketing Assistant, WebSan Solutions Inc., a 2018 Microsoft Modern Marketing Innovation Award Winner

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This Year’s TIBCO NOW Answers One Simple Question: How Do you Lead with Innovation?

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We wanted to share with you how excited we are about our upcoming global event: TIBCO NOW 2018. Our theme this year is “Innovation at the Edge.” Innovation today is not an option. Digital leaders are continually innovating with new business models, customer experiences, and operations.

And with the rise of automated and distributed technologies like IOT, blockchain and AI, more and more innovation will be happening at the “edge” where devices are implanted with sensors and even machine learning models that actually execute rules on the spot based on the data they are receiving at that very moment.

We called the conference“Innovation at the Edge”  because we want to emphasize that you need to innovate to lead and know that today’s truly innovative leaders operate from the edge and embrace it. Eventually, the edge will begin to transform what is happening at the core. Not the other way around.

Hence, TIBCO NOW will inspire you to start leading from the edge.

The edge is where your product meets the customer

The edge is where your product meets the customer environment. That’s a very powerful, new concept. The edge offers you incredible opportunities like making better predictions on the spot, making needed corrections, and over time (through machine learning), learning what is optimal.

At TIBCO NOW, we’ll show you how to build an innovative organization that turns promising ideas into business value using these powerful new technologies. We’ll show you how to scale innovation to make an impact on your business, your ecosystem, and the world.

Our keynote speakers will inspire you and share their perspectives and experiences on how they make innovation work in their companies. Our breakout sessions will show you patterns and use cases to drive innovation in your context. Our education sessions will allow you to learn and be certified on the technologies to bring your innovative product and services to life. And, of course, you’ll be with more than 2,000 peers and partners providing many opportunities to network and have fun!

Calling all innovators: Join us for TIBCO NOW, September 4th to 6th at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas. Your innovation starts now!

Register now!

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This Year’s TIBCO NOW Answers One Simple Question: How Do you Lead with Innovation?

blog image This Year’s TIBCO NOW Answers One Simple Question: How Do you Lead with Innovation?

We wanted to share with you how excited we are about our upcoming global event: TIBCO NOW 2018. Our theme this year is “Innovation at the Edge.” Innovation today is not an option. Digital leaders are continually innovating with new business models, customer experiences, and operations.

And with the rise of automated and distributed technologies like IOT, blockchain and AI, more and more innovation will be happening at the “edge” where devices are implanted with sensors and even machine learning models that actually execute rules on the spot based on the data they are receiving at that very moment.

We called the conference“Innovation at the Edge”  because we want to emphasize that you need to innovate to lead and know that today’s truly innovative leaders operate from the edge and embrace it. Eventually, the edge will begin to transform what is happening at the core. Not the other way around.

Hence, TIBCO NOW will inspire you to start leading from the edge.

The edge is where your product meets the customer

The edge is where your product meets the customer environment. That’s a very powerful, new concept. The edge offers you incredible opportunities like making better predictions on the spot, making needed corrections, and over time (through machine learning), learning what is optimal.

At TIBCO NOW, we’ll show you how to build an innovative organization that turns promising ideas into business value using these powerful new technologies. We’ll show you how to scale innovation to make an impact on your business, your ecosystem, and the world.

Our keynote speakers will inspire you and share their perspectives and experiences on how they make innovation work in their companies. Our breakout sessions will show you patterns and use cases to drive innovation in your context. Our education sessions will allow you to learn and be certified on the technologies to bring your innovative product and services to life. And, of course, you’ll be with more than 2,000 peers and partners providing many opportunities to network and have fun!

Calling all innovators: Join us for TIBCO NOW, September 4th to 6th at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas. Your innovation starts now!

Register now!

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The NetSuite Podcast Episode 01: Evan Goldberg Talks the Past, Present and Future of NetSuite and Why We’re Not Going Anywhere

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The NetSuite Podcast Episode 01: Evan Goldberg Talks the Past, Present and Future of NetSuite and Why We’re Not Going Anywhere

Posted by Kendall Fisher, Executive Producer and Host of the NetSuite Podcast

We did it, people. We hopped on the podcasting bandwagon. But before you roll your eyes at our “attempt to be trendy,” let us explain why we’ve created this new series and how it will most definitely help you.

The NetSuite Podcast is a hub for both current and prospective customers to learn more about progression happening within the company—what we’re doing, why we’re doing it and where we’re headed in the future. We’ll provide details about our software and the people at NetSuite who are behind all the moving parts. The NetSuite Podcast also features customer growth stories in which we discuss the genesis of the company, the ups and downs of the company’s growth and what advice they have for business leaders, entrepreneurs and people just like you. No matter the guest, each conversation is candid and snackable—enjoy while you’re driving, working out or taking a break at the office. You’ll learn, grow and explore with one episode every other week.

So, without further ado, we’re kicking things off in the only acceptable way: With our founder and current EVP of Development, Evan Goldberg.

He dives into his own growth story with NetSuite, his on-going relationship with his mentor Larry Ellison and three big ways in which the Oracle acquisition has helped NetSuite continue to scale over the last two years. Of course, he also provides advice from his own lessons learned throughout his career so far.

Listen along on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and YouTube, and don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe for more exciting episodes to come!

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Adding Visual Flare In Power BI With Background Colors

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Hello P3 Nation! Today’s “post” is going to be a video link. Sometimes there are certain subjects, concepts, or post ideas that just don’t translate well to the written word, and especially to screenshots. So this post will be in moving picture form! We’ve posted it to our YouTube Channel which you can go here. Bedside’s today’s video, we have TONS of content on that channel, so please take a look at our other awesome videos as well.

Today’s topic covers how to apply Background Colors in Power BI Desktop. An important component of any report is the artistic design that still lends itself to be easily understood or used by the clients. So in this video, we’ll learn how to apply some background colors to both the report and the visualizations to help make them pop! I’ve included below the video link, download link both the .pbix file and background colors .ppt, and links to other articles explaining the various features & design techniques I’ve applied in this report. Otherwise, enjoy the video!

My Top 5 Power BI Practices: Transforming Good to GREAT: Article talks about a lot of the Formatting and Design Practices you see above, plus the DAX Formulas table.

Power BI: Transforming Good to GREAT: Video that is an updated discussion & walkthrough of the article above. Discusses Formatting, Design Practices, What If Scenarios, and Forecasting.

You can download the file here

We like to think that is no accident.  We’re different.  First of a new breed – the kind who can speak tech, biz, and human all at the same time.

Want this kind of readily-absorbable, human-oriented Power BI instruction for your team? Hire us for a private training at your facility, OR attend one of our public workshops!

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GE Aviation and Teradata Expand Partnership

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GE Aviation and Teradata (NYSE: TDC) today announced that GE Aviation will become the exclusive provider of Teradata products and services for commercial aviation markets, providing the world’s biggest airlines with a single, comprehensive framework that combines high-performance analytics in the cloud from Teradata with edge-connectivity services from GE Aviation.
 
Teradata and GE Aviation previously announced a partnership to jointly provide products and services to commercial aviation markets. The two companies are extending this relationship to provide airlines with wide-ranging operational insights that power impactful business decisions.
 
“We can provide the best analytic environment for airline customers by adding Teradata’s powerful analytic solutions with built-in support for hybrid cloud environments,” said John Mansfield, Chief Digital Officer of GE Aviation. “This partnership enables us to bring a holistic framework of enterprise data and business solutions to airlines.”
 
An example of this would be GE Aviation’s FlightPulse application, which will include a connection to Teradata software to enable access to high-performance analytics enterprise-wide. FlightPulse automatically merges complex aircraft data with crew schedules, allowing commercial pilots to visualize personal analytics and conduct their own exploration. Empowered to conduct their own analysis and peer comparisons, pilots discover areas to optimize operations and efficiency, while reducing risk, fuel consumption and carbon emissions. By combining this operational data with passenger-based data within the Teradata system, an airline is able to create a holistic enterprise view of its data and extract meaningful business outcomes.
 
“Operationalizing the analytics that provide high-impact, trusted business outcomes is one of the hardest things to pull off in an enterprise-scale environment,” said Martyn Etherington, Chief Marketing Officer at Teradata. “The first step is often making sure various data silos can communicate, and our partnership with GE Aviation is designed to make this happen almost automatically for the airline industry. Ensuring that these large, global customers have quick access to a powerful, yet flexible, analytics solution like the Teradata Analytics Platform is the second step, and we are delighted that GE Aviation will be offering this product to its customers.”
 
“By expanding our partnership, the aviation market will gain an analytic solution that delivers comprehensive insights. We could not be more excited for the insights we are about to unlock for our customers,” said Andrew Coleman, Chief Commercial Officer for GE Aviation’s Digital Solutions business. “It became clear that, for data and analytics, Teradata excels at the size and scale required by a global airline.”
The Teradata Analytics Platform is a key offering from Teradata, the cloud-based data and analytics leader. It delivers powerful analytic functions and engines, that can be used with multiple data types. Coupled with the tools and languages that each user individually prefers to use, the Teradata Analytics Platform is the future of analytics, delivering secure, scalable, high-performance analytics in the cloud, on-premises or both.
 
For airline customers that are already using GE Aviation for operations, assets, and network management, adding the Teradata Analytics Platform would deliver enterprise-wide insights with results ranging from improved flight operations and predictive maintenance to increased operational efficiencies and higher customer satisfaction.
 
Via its extended partnership, Teradata and GE Aviation are particularly well positioned to enhance the aviation analytics market, which Markets and Markets Research estimates is a $ 2.16 billion industry that will grow to an estimated $ 4.23 billion by 2021.

About GE Aviation:
GE Aviation is part of GE (NYSE: GE), the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. With people, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for customers by speaking the language of industry.  www.geaviation.com/digital
 

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5 Resources to Get Ready for Microsoft’s Business Apps Summit

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Our team is headed to Microsoft’s Business Applications Summit next week, the “place for Dynamics 365, Power BI, Excel, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow users to connect, collaborate, and pack in as much learning as possible.” To get ready for the event, we’re sharing five of our favorite Business Applications blogs and videos that we’ve published over the past few months.

1. Spring 2018 Update Webinar: What’s New in PowerApps and Flow

The Spring 2018 release brought about some big changes to the Business Applications Platform including PowerApps, Flow, and the Common Data Service. This session focuses specifically on changes to PowerApps for Applications and Flow. Our speakers will dive into how these tools are modernizing business processes across Dynamics 365 applications while offering up low and no code solutions to help transform how people work. [WATCH WEBINAR]

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2. Displaying Dynamics 365 Data in your PowerApps Application

In this blog post, we will assume that you are building a PowerApps app based on the Opportunity entity in Dynamics 365. The use case is that you want a sales person to be able to view “today’s” appointments and view only their own opportunities (“My Opportunities”). [READ BLOG]

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3. How to Integrate Power BI with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

The integration between Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Power BI give users the capability to personalize workspaces with tiles from PowerBI.com and they can add links to the reports hosted in PowerBI.com. This helps users to access the Power BI reports directly from Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. [READ BLOG]

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4. The 5 Best Things About Microsoft Flow Video

Our Dynamics 365 University education programs have something for everyone whether you’re new to Dynamics 365 or are a power user, admin, or developer! Hear from one of our Training Consultants, Avni Pandya, as she talks about our Citizen Developer course which will teach you about low code and no code tools that can help you create Dynamics 365 solutions without needing to be a developer. One of those great tools is Microsoft Flow. [WATCH VIDEO]

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5. Row-Level Security in Power BI with Dynamics 365

Power BI offers a suite of security features to help restrict data. One way to do this is with Row-level security. Row-level security (RLS) with the Power BI Desktop can be used to restrict data access for specific users, filtering data at the row level, and defining filters within roles. In this blog, learn how to set-up this feature in Power BI and an example of how you can use it in Dynamics 365. [READ BLOG]

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Now you can see why we are so excited for Microsoft’s Business Applications Summit. These applications are powerful and just keep getting better! We’ll make sure to keep you posted on all things Biz Apps via this blog so be sure to SUBSCRIBE to get our daily post sent straight to your inbox!

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Amazon’s Matt Wood on the major takeaways from AWS Summit 2018

 Amazon’s Matt Wood on the major takeaways from AWS Summit 2018

On Wednesday, just days ahead of Google’s Cloud Next conference, Amazon hosted its annual Amazon Web Services cloud computing conference, AWS Summit, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. It didn’t hold back.

SageMaker, the Seattle company’s full-stack machine learning platform, got two major updates: SageMaker Streaming Algorithms and SageMaker Batch Transform. The former, which is available for neural network models created with Google’s TensorFlow, lets customers stream data from AWS’ Simple Storage Service (S3) directly into SageMaker GPU and CPU instances. The latter allows them to transfer large training datasets without having to break them up with an API call.

In terms of hardware, Amazon added Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) to its Snowball Edge system, an on-premises Intel Xeon-based platform for data processing and collection. And it enhanced its local storage, compute, data caching, and machine learning inference capabilities via AWS Greengrass, AWS Lambda, and Amazon S3, enabling new categories of virtualized applications to run remotely in work environments with limited connectivity.

On the services front, Amazon Transcribe’s new Channel Synthesis tool merges call center audio from multiple channels into a single transcription, and Amazon Translate now supports Japanese, Russian, Italian, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, and Czech. Amazon Comprehend, Amazon’s natural language processing services (NLP), now boasts improved text analysis thanks to syntax identification.

Finally, Amazon revealed a slew of new and extended partnerships with major clients. Fortnite developer Epic Game said it’s building “new games [and] experiences” on AWS; 21st Century Fox will use Amazon’s cloud service for the “vast majority” of on-demand content delivery; Major League Baseball and Formula 1 are planning to tap AWS’ AI tools for real-time data analytics; and Celgene will leverage Amazon’s machine learning platform to expedite drug analysis and validation.

It’s a lot to take in. For a bit of context around this week’s announcements, I spoke with Dr. Matt Wood, general manager of artificial intelligence at AWS, who shed light on Amazon’s momentum in cloud computing, overarching trends in AI, and the problem of bias in machine learning models and datasets.

Here’s a transcript of our interview, which has been edited for length and clarity.

VentureBeat: Today, you announced SageMaker Streaming Algorithms, which allows AWS customers to train machine learning models more quickly. What was the motivation? Was this something for which customers expressed a deep desire?

Matt Wood: There are certain things across AWS that we want to invest in, and they’re the things that we think aren’t going to change over time. We’re building a business not for one year, 10 years, or 50 years, but 100 years — far in excess of when I’m going to be around and in charge of it. When you take that long-term view, you tend to put money not into the things you think are going to change, but into the things you think are going to stay the same.

For infrastructure, and for AWS — and this is true for machine learning as well — cost is really a big driver of that … It’s impossible for us to imagine our customers saying that they want the service to be more expensive, so we go out of our way to drive down costs.

A really good example is something we announced a couple of years ago that we call Trusted Advisor. Trusted Advisor is a feature you can turn on inside your AWS account that automatically, without you having to do anything, makes recommendations about how to reduce your AWS bill. We delivered over $ 300 million in annual savings to customers that way.

These are some of the advantages that the cloud provides, and they’re advantages that we want to maintain.

VentureBeat: On the client side of things, you announced a lot of strategic partnerships with Epic, Major League Baseball, and others, almost all of which said they’ll be using AWS as their exclusive cloud platform of choice. So what’s the movement there? What’s the feedback been like so far?

Wood: We see a lot of usage in sports analytics. Formula 1 chose AWS as their machine learning platform, Major League Baseball chose AWS as their machine learning platform, and the National Football League chose AWS as their machine learning platform. The reason for that is they want to drive better experiences for their viewers, and they see machine learning as a key piece of the advanced next-generation statistics they want to bring into their production environment — everything from route prediction [to] stat prediction.

That’s just one big area. Other areas are pharmaceuticals and health care. We have HIPAA compliance, which allows [our] customers to work with health care workloads, so we see a lot of momentum in disease prediction. We do diabetic retinopathy prediction, readmission prediction — all those sorts of things.

To that end, we announced [this week that] Bristol Myers Squibb is using SageMaker to accelerate the development of the innovative medicine that they build. Celgene is another really good example — Celgene actually runs Gluon, which is our machine learning library, on top of SageMaker, and they take advantage of the P3 GPUs with the Nvidia Volta under the hood. So, you know, that’s a really good example of the customer that has materially accelerated the ability to be able to bring drugs to market more quickly and more safely.

VentureBeat: Amazon offers a lot of machine learning services to developers, like Rekognition — your computer vision platform — and Amazon Translate. But you have a lot of competition in the space from Google, Microsoft, and others. So how are you differentiating your APIs and services from the rest out there?

Wood: Candidly, we don’t spend a [lot of] time thinking about what our competitors are up to — we tend to be way more customer-focused. We’ve launched 100 new services and features since Reinvent 2017, and no other provider has done more than half of that. I would say 90-95 percent of what we’ve launched has been directly driven by customer feedback, and the other 5-10 percent is driven by our attempts to read between the lines and try to figure out what customers don’t quite know to ask for yet.

SageMaker is really helpful in cases where customers have data which they believe has differentiating value. Then, there are application developers who may not have a lot of training data available or who just want to add some level of intelligence to their application quickly — that’s where Rekognition, Rekognition Video, Transcribe, Comprehend, Polly, Lex, and Translate come in.

We joke about this, but our broader mission is really to make machine learning boring and totally vanilla, just part of the course of doing business and another tool in the tool chest. Machine learning, we kind of forget, used to be a huge investment requirement in the hundreds of millions of dollars to get up and running. It was completely out of reach, and I think we’ve made huge progress in a very, very short amount of time.

We have a saying in Amazon: It’s still day one for the internet. And for machine learning, we haven’t even woken up and had our first cup of coffee yet. But there’s a ton of excitement and momentum. We have tens of thousands of active developers on the platform and 250 percent growth year over year. Eight out of 10 machine learning workloads run on AWS — twice as many as any other provider. And customers really value that focus on continuous platform improvement. I’m excited about where we’re headed.

VentureBeat: Voice recognition and natural language processing, in particular, are extremely competitive spaces right now. I know you said you don’t think too much about what your competitors are doing, but what kind of gains have you made relative to the market?

Wood: These services are off to a great start, and we see contact centers being a really big area.

A lot of customers use Amazon Lex as their first point of contact. The National Health Service (NHS) in the U.K. ran a pilot where they introduced a Lex chatbot, and it was able to handle 40 percent of their call volume. This is the centralized health provider in all of the U.K., so that’s really meaningful in terms of patients getting to talk to somebody more quickly, or NHS being able to operate its contact center more efficiently.

[This week] we announced Channel Splitting, where we were able to take call center recordings — two recordings, one of the agent and one of the customer — in the same file, split out the channel, transcribe them both independently, and merge the transcripts together. You get a single file out, and then you can take that and you can pass it off to Comprehend to find out what’s going on the in the conversation and what people were talking about. You can also run compliance checks to see if contact center agents are saying scripts exactly as they’re designed to be said.

From an efficiency perspective, large contact centers are expensive and difficult for most organizations to run, and from Lex through to the management, compliance, analytics, and insight you can get from the data there, we think they’re a really compelling AWS use case.

VentureBeat: Shifting gears a bit. You mentioned inclusion a bit earlier, and as you probably know, with respect to computer vision, we’ve got a long way to go — facial recognition is an especially difficult thing for developers and infrastructure providers to get right. So how do you think it might be tackled? How can we improve these algorithms that, for example, appear to be biased against people of color and certain ethnicities and races?

Wood: It’s the classic example of garbage in, garbage out. If you’re not really careful about where you get your data from and if you accidentally with good intentions introduce some selection criteria on the data in the perfect representative set, you’re going to introduce inaccuracies. The good news is that with machine learning, you can identify, measure, and systematically reduce those inaccuracies.

One of the key benefits of our services like SageMaker is the quicker you can train and retain models, the quicker you can identify areas of accuracy and start to narrow down the inaccuracies. So in that respect, any investment that we make, such as SageMaker Streaming Algorithms, contributes to spinning that flywheel faster and allows developers to iterate and build more sophisticated models that overcome some of the noise inside the data.

Basically, investment in our frameworks allows developers to build more sophisticated models, train models more quickly, and operate more efficiently in a production environment. All of it helps.

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