Tag: AWS DeepLens

Amazon Kinesis Video Streams Adds Support For HLS Output Streams

Today I’m excited to announce and demonstrate the new HTTP Live Streams (HLS) output feature for (KVS). If you’re not already familiar with KVS, Jeff covered the release for in 2017. In short, Amazon Kinesis Video Streams is a service for securely capturing, processing, and storing video for analytics and machine learning – from one […]

DeepLens Challenge #1 Starts Today – Use Machine Learning to Drive Inclusion

Are you ready to develop and show off your machine learning skills in a way that has a positive impact on the world? If so, get your hands on an video camera and join the AWS DeepLens Challenge! About the Challenge Working together with our friends at Intel, we are launching the first in a […]

AWS DeepLens Now Shipping – Order One Today!

is a video camera that runs deep learning models directly on the device, out in the field. I wrote about the hardware and system software in depth last year; here’s a quick recap: Hardware – 4 megapixel camera (1080P video), 2D microphone array, Intel Atom® Processor, dual-band Wi-Fi, USB and micro HDMI ports, 8 GB […]