AWS DeepComposer – Compose Music with Generative Machine Learning Models

Today, we’re extremely happy to announce AWS DeepComposer, the world’s first machine learning-enabled musical keyboard. Yes, you read that right.
Machine learning (ML) requires quite a bit of math, computer science, code, and infrastructure. These topics are exceedingly important but to a lot of aspiring ML developers, they look overwhelming and sometimes, dare I say it, boring.
To help everyone learn about practical ML and have fun doing it, we introduced several ML-powered devices. At AWS re:Invent 2017, we introduced AWS DeepLens, the world’s first deep learning-enabled camera, to help developers learn about ML for computer vision. Last year, we launched AWS DeepRacer, a fully autonomous 1/18th scale race car driven by reinforcement learning. This year, we’re raising the bar (pardon the pun).

Introducing AWS DeepComposerAWS DeepComposer is a 32-key, 2-octave keyboard designed for developers to get hands on with Generative AI, with either pretrained models or your own.


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Automate OS Image Build Pipelines with EC2 Image Builder

Earlier in my career, I can recall being assigned the task of creating and maintaining operating system (OS) images for use by my development team. This was a time-consuming process, sometimes error-prone, needing me to manually re-create and re-snapshot images frequently. As I’m sure you can imagine, it also involved a significant amount of manual testing!
Today, customers still need to keep their images up to date and they do so either by manually updating and snapshotting VMs, or they have teams that build automation scripts to maintain the images, both of which can still be time consuming, resource intensive, and error-prone. I’m excited to announce the availability of EC2 Image Builder, a service that makes it easier and faster to build and maintain secure OS images for Windows Server and Amazon Linux 2, using automated build pipelines. The images created by EC2 Image Builder can be used with Amazon


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