Natural language understanding is applied in a wide range of use cases, from chatbots and virtual assistants, to machine translation and text summarization. To ensure that these applications are running at an expected level of performance, it’s important that data in the training and production environments is from the same distribution. When the data that is used for inference (production data) differs from the data used during model training, we encounter a phenomenon known as data drift. When data drift occurs, the model is no longer relevant to the data in production and likely performs worse than expected. It’s important to continuously monitor the inference data and compare it to the data used during training.
You can use Amazon SageMaker to quickly build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) models at any scale. As a proactive measure against model degradation, you can use Amazon SageMaker Model Monitor to continuously monitor

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