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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.


Amazon Web Services unveils new space business segment

We are driving innovation in space with the world's leading cloud.


Introducing AWS Snowcone—a small, ultra-portable, edge computing and data transfer device

AWS Snowcone is a rugged and secure device for collecting, processing, and moving data to AWS from disconnected environments.

AWS helps the World Health Organization respond to COVID-19

As the United Nations agency for global public health, the World Health Organization is responsible for coordinating the international response to the pandemic.


WWF-Indonesia Uses AWS machine learning to save endangered species

Amazon Web Services helps the World Wildlife Fund For Nature Indonesia better understand the size and health of orangutan populations in their native habitat, enabling better surveying with fewer resources and lower cost.
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