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AWS continues IoT re:Invention, tags Intel for ML camera, joins ONNX

Amazon Web Services has used its re:Invent conference as a platform to launch five new AWS machine-learning services, and unveil a partnership with Intel to create AWS DeepLens – a wireless video camera with machine-learning features. It comes a week after AWS threw its weight behind the Open Neural Network Exchange, an open source AI project that brings it closer to Facebook and Microsoft. The Intel partnership has resulted in what we believe is the first piece of AWS-branded hardware – a camera that looks a bit like someone has stuck a webcam on top of the iconic MacBook charger. Housing an unspecified Intel Atom CPU with Gen9 graphics, 8GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and running Ubuntu 16.04, the…

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