Edutainment for AI and AWS PartyRock with Mike Miller

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Today we’re joined by Mike Miller, director of product at AWS responsible for the company’s “edutainment” products. In our conversation with Mike, we explore AWS PartyRock, a no-code generative AI app builder that allows users to easily create fun and shareable AI applications by selecting a model, chaining prompts together, and linking different text, image, and chatbot widgets together. Additionally, we discuss some of the previous tools Mike’s team has delivered at the intersection of developer education and entertainment, including DeepLens, a computer vision hardware device, DeepRacer, a programmable vehicle that uses reinforcement learning to navigate a track, and lastly, DeepComposer, a generative AI model that transforms musical inputs and creates accompanying compositions.

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Thanks to our sponsor Amazon Web Services

You know AWS as a cloud computing technology leader, but did you realize the company offers a broad array of services and infrastructure at all three layers of the machine learning technology stack? AWS has helped more than 100,000 customers of all sizes and across industries to innovate using ML and AI with industry-leading capabilities and they’re taking the same approach to make it easy, practical, and cost-effective for customers to use generative AI in their businesses. At the bottom layer of the ML stack, they’re making generative AI cost-efficient with Amazon EC2 Inf2 instances powered by AWS Inferentia2 chips. At the middle layer, they’re making generative AI app development easier with Amazon Bedrock, a managed service that makes pre-trained FMs easily accessible via an API. And at the top layer, Amazon CodeWhisperer is generally available now, with support for more than 10 programming languages.

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