Recently, Amazon announced the general availability of Deepcomposer, a service in AWS, which provides developers with a creative way to learn Machine Learning (ML). Deepcomposer is a machine learning-enabled keyboard for developers, and available for purchase.
At re:Invent last year, Amazon launched AWS Deepcomposer as a preview, and it is generally available now with a few new features. These features include:
- Learning Capsules: providing developers with tutorials to learn Generative AI in easy-to-consume, bite-sized modules.
- In-Console Training: enabling developers to train their generative models in the AWS DeepComposer console, without having to write a single line of machine learning code.
- Rhythm Assist: aligns musical notes users play on the keyboard to the closest beat.
Deepcomposer belongs to the same family of AWS hardware as DeepLens and DeepRacer with focus on teaching developers specific machine learning capabilities. With Deepcomposer, the goal is to allow developers to learn about generative adversarial networks (GAN), a neural network architecture explicitly built to generate new samples from an existing data set.