Today at AWS re: Invented in Las Vegas Kendra, which provides natural language search across a variety of repositories using machine learning.
Matt Wood, AWS VP of artificial intelligence said The new search tool uses machine learning, but does not actually require learning knowledge of any kind. Amazon is taking care of that under the hood.
You start by identifying your content repositories. This could be anything from S3 storage repository to OneDrive to Salesforce – anywhere you store content.
Kendra then builds an index based on the content it finds in the connected repositories, and users can begin to interact with the search tool using natural language queries. The tool understands concepts like time, so if the IT help desk is open, the search engine understands that this is about time.
The This is a tool that is used to learn how to use a tool, but it does not matter, and it does not make any difference for the search team.
Once you have it set up, you can drop the search on your company intranet or you can use it internally in applications and it behaves as you would .