AWS re:Invent 2017: NEW LAUNCH! Amazon Rekognition Video eliminates manual catalogin (MCL339) – #AWS

During this session, we will provide an overview of Amazon Rekognition Video, a deep learning powered video analysis service that tracks people, detects activities, and recognizes objects, celebrities, and inappropriate content. Amazon Rekognition Video can detect and recognize faces in live streams. Rekognition Video also analyzes existing video stored in Amazon S3 and returns specific labels of activities, people and faces, and objects with time stamps so you can easily locate the scene. For people and faces, it also returns the bounding box, which is the specific location of the person or face in the frame. We will also cover different use cases for Amazon Rekognition Video in applications such as security and public safety, and media and entertainment.

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