Using natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning, Amazon Comprehend allows you to gather valuable insights from text. This course explains how!
- Learn the fundamentals of Amazon Comprehend
- Learn the three main processing models used in Comprehend
- Understand the features and benefits of the service
This course has been designed to assist those new to Amazon Comprehend, and who are looking to learn more about how NLP and machine learning can be used to gain valuable business data to enhance your solutions.
To get the most out of this course, you should have a basic awareness of machine learning and data analytics, but it's not essential.
In this final lecture, I just want to review some of the key points made from the previous lectures. I started by explaining what Amazon Comprehend was. And in this lecture, we'll learned the following, Comprehend uses a continuously pre-trained model to identify and extract valuable insights from within the text using natural language processing. It can extract data using key phrases, sentiments, entities, personally identifiable information, language, syntax, and topic modeling. And it supports text in UTF-8 and semi-structured documents such as Word Docs or PDFs.
I then looked at some of the processing models used by Comprehend, of which there were three. Single-Document Processing, and this runs asynchronously delivering results straight back to your application requiring the data and works on a single document at a time. Multi Document Synchronous Processing, this is used when you need to run Comprehend across multiple documents at a time. And Asynchronous Batch Processing. This is basically asynchronous batch processing for analyzing texts within large documents or a large quantity of documents.
Finally, I highlighted some of the benefits and features of the service, which included Comprehend Custom, which allows you to create and train new NLP-based models, using data that is specific to your own use case in business. API integration, which offers a flexible way to incorporate and integrate a highly sophisticated text analysis tool into your existing applications. Service Integration, giving Comprehend the ability to interact with other AWS services.
Security, allowing you to encrypt your data when working with Comprehend using KMS. Highly scalable with its ability of analyzing millions of your documents, producing valuable insights into text being stored. Deep learning, providing continual training to underlying NLP models. And Comprehend Medical, which allows you to extract and identify many medical and healthcare-related attributes contained within any unstructured medical text files and/or documents.
If you'd like to get some hands-on experience with Amazon Comprehend, then please take a look at our lab, Analyzing Sentiments and Entities in text with Amazon Comprehend. That now brings me to the end of this lecture and to the end of this course. You should now have an understanding of Amazon Comprehend and how it can be used to gain insights from your text documents.
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