Real-Time Sentiment Analysis | The Big Dev Theory | S1 | Ep.3

Real-Time Sentiment Analysis Using Apache Kafka and SageMaker Jupyter Notebooks

Stuart Clark
Amazon Employee
Published Feb 14, 2024
In this episode of The Big Dev Theory on Twitch, we are joined by Olena Kutsenko Developer Advocate at Aiven.
Ever wondered how to enrich your real-time streaming data with machine learning-driven analysis? Whether it is event or anomaly detection, automated alerts and notifications, network or sentiment analysis, you can leverage the power of machine learning algorithms to gain valuable insights and make informed decisions. By integrating machine learning into your real-time streaming data pipeline, you open up a world of possibilities for all kinds of data analysis. In this session, we'll show you an example of using a model run by SageMaker and usage of SageMaker Jupyter Notebooks to enrich streaming data from an Apache Kafka topic.

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Stuart Clark, Senior Developer Advocate @ AWS
Shannon Brazil, Incident Responder, CIRT @AWS

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