Teaching Alexa when not to respond
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How our scientists are making Alexa smarter

Amazon Alexa head scientist shares how his teams are working to improve customers' experiences with Echo devices.

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Introducing Amazon’s American Sign Language logo.
The inside story of how the Kindle was born
Early development team reveals untold details
on Kindle e-reader’s 10-year anniversary
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10 cool things you didn't know Alexa could do

You're probably already playing your favorite music on your Echo, but did you know that Alexa can help you fall asleep, keep your pantry stocked, or play a game with you?

Expanding the Natural-Language Processing community

Amazon helps sponsor second annual Widening Natural-Language Processing workshop.

10 Alexa skills you've got to try

Check out some of the top skills on your Echo device, they just may expand your horizons with Alexa.

Where computer science and linguistics meet

Amazon researchers will co-present 12 papers at the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics conference.

"Alexa, are you okay?"

See the commercial that's airing during the big game.

9 women who are shaping the future of voice with Alexa

These female developers and entrepreneurs are pushing the boundaries of what's possible.

Obsessed with independence

Peter Korn and Amazon’s accessibility teams work to level the playing field, and make friction-free shopping available to everyone.

Powering a clean future

Amazon's largest wind farm to date is adding more than 1 million megawatt hours of clean energy to the grid each year.

Reducing packaging waste, one order at a time

Feedback from customers, product manufacturers, and associates improves packaging.
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Walk your own runway

Behind the scenes with Amazon Fashion’s ultimate insider

Amazon joins Partnership on AI

We’re in a golden age of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI). As a scientific community, we are still a long way from being able to do things the way humans do things, but we’re solving unbelievably complex problems every day and making incredibly rapid progress.

Moments of joy

See what happens when a retirement community adopts Alexa.
How we pack a Prime plane
Each Amazon Prime Air plane can hold over one million
Echo Dots, 10,000 Instant Pots, or 5,000 teddy bears.
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