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How Amazon engineers keep inventing from home

Ziplines, parrots, and more—see just a few of the ways Amazon engineers keep inventing, even from home.


Navigating the world safely amid COVID-19

How AWS customers and partners are adapting technologies to help keep people safe as they contemplate returning to schools and offices and resuming regular activities.


From start to finish, AWS powers this new NFL Next Gen Stat

Data analytics competition, Big Data Bowl, brought data scientists from around the world together to find new ways to evaluate running backs through advanced stats.


How Amazon supports women in machine learning

Kesha Williams is a software engineer, TED Speaker, training architect with A Cloud Guru, and is inspiring women to get into machine learning.


Seeing and being seen with Amazon CTO Dr. Werner Vogels

How Amazon and its customers are tackling the planet's toughest problems on “Now Go Build.”

How Amazon researchers solve real-world problems of today and tomorrow

Distinguished scientists join Amazon to fast-track their research into meaningful results and improve the lives of millions of customers.


Enabling faster intervention of military community suicides

AWS teams up with RallyPoint military social media platform and Harvard University's Nock Lab to use machine learning to aid intervention efforts by analyzing at-risk public posts.

Reducing water usage in AWS data centers

Amazon is committed to building a sustainable business for our customers, communities, and the world. Here's one example of what we're doing.

Amazon robotics engineers build cutting-edge technologies from their garages

How our people continue to innovate and invent, even while working from home.


Quantifying the silent spread of COVID-19

Q&A with a Chan Zuckerberg Biohub data scientist.
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