1. Machine Learning-Powered Meeting Insights with AWS Chime


    To create a machine-learning-powered meeting insights solution using AWS Chime, we will leverage several AWS services in conjunction with Pulumi's infrastructure as code. The following services play a key role:

    • AWS Chime SDK: Provides the communication platform for online meetings.
    • AWS Kinesis Video Streams: Captures, processes, and stores video streams for analytics and other processing.
    • AWS Lambda: Executes code in response to triggers such as changes in data or system state.
    • Amazon Transcribe: Converts speech to text and generates a transcript of the meeting for further analysis.
    • Amazon Comprehend: Uses natural language processing (NLP) to extract insights from the transcripts.

    Here's a high-level outline of what we'd do in a Pulumi program to put together such a system:

    1. Set up an AWS Chime SDK voice connector to manage the audio/video capturing of meetings.
    2. Stream the meeting data into Kinesis Video Streams.
    3. Use AWS Lambda to trigger processing tasks, such as initiating Amazon Transcribe to generate transcripts.
    4. Feed the transcripts into Amazon Comprehend for sentiment analysis or key phrase extraction.
    5. Store or report the insights as needed, potentially using other AWS services like S3 or DynamoDB for storage, or SNS for notifications.

    In this example, we will outline a Pulumi program to begin setting up such an infrastructure. The specifics of processing and generating insights depend greatly on the domain and business requirements, and are typically handled by application logic that is beyond the scope of an infrastructure definition. However, the infrastructure setup is the first step toward that goal.

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Create a Chime Voice Connector which allows you to capture audio for streaming and insights. voice_connector = aws.chime.VoiceConnector("meetingVoiceConnector", name="meetingVoiceConnector", require_encryption=True) # Optionally, create a Chime Voice Connector Group if you need to manage multiple connectors. voice_connector_group = aws.chime.VoiceConnectorGroup("meetingVoiceConnectorGroup", name="meetingVoiceConnectorGroup", connectors=[aws.chime.VoiceConnectorGroupConnectorArgs( voice_connector_id=voice_connector.id, priority=1 )]) # Create a Kinesis Video Stream to capture the output from the Chime Voice Connector. video_stream = aws.kinesis.VideoStream("meetingVideoStream", name="meetingVideoStream") # Define an AWS Lambda function that you can use to process the video stream, such as initiating transcription jobs. transcription_processor = aws.lambda_.Function("transcriptionProcessor", handler="lambda_handler.process", role=aws_iam_role.lambda_exec.arn, runtime=aws.lambda_.Runtime.PYTHON3_8, code=pulumi.FileArchive("./transcription-processor")) # This is a placeholder for the logic you would use to trigger your processing. This might involve # setting up event sources or writing code within your Lambda function to poll for new data. # ... # To fully realize the Machine Learning-Powered Meeting Insights solution, you would need to # implement Amazon Transcribe and Amazon Comprehend resources and connect them with the processing # Lambda function. This is typically custom development work that goes beyond Pulumi's scope, as it # involves writing the actual application logic and possibly training ML models. # Don't forget to export any important information for use in other parts of your system. pulumi.export('voiceConnectorId', voice_connector.id) pulumi.export('voiceConnectorGroup', voice_connector_group.id) pulumi.export('videoStreamArn', video_stream.arn) # Application code and additional Pulumi resources would be needed to complete the solution.

    In the Pulumi program outlined above, we've set up the beginning stages of an AWS Chime-based meeting insight system. We've defined resources for capturing meeting audio/video and provided placeholders for where you would integrate AWS Lambda for processing along with Amazon Transcribe and Comprehend for speech-to-text and insight extraction.

    Each resource is instantiated using Pulumi's AWS SDK, with properties that configure their behavior. This program is an outline and would need to be extended with real processing logic as well as additional error handling, security measures, and other production-ready details.

    Practically, the Lambda function (transcription_processor) would contain the code to trigger transcription jobs and possibly start Comprehend for analysis. It serves as the processing bridge between capturing data and extracting insights. The architecture could also be expanded to include storage solutions for persisting processed data, mechanisms for notification upon job completion, or integrations with other systems.

    Note that the actual insight generation logic, such as the code within transcription_processor, is not defined here, as that would be a customized solution depending on the specific requirements of the insight data you are hoping to extract. Pulumi empowers you to create the underlying infrastructure so that you can focus on your application's logic and functionality.