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AWS announces a slew of new Lambda features

AWS launched Lambda in 2015 and with it helped popularize serverless computing. You simply write code (event triggers) and AWS deals with whatever compute,...

AWS launches a base station for satellites as a service

Today at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, AWS announced a new service for satellite providers with the launch of AWS Ground Station, the first...

Amazon updates SageMaker with new built-in algorithms and Git integration

Amazon’s been adding AI-focused features to Amazon Web Services, its cloud computing subsidiary, at a steady clip. Just this week, Amazon Transcribe and Comprehend —...

Amazon Transcribe gains live audio transcription feature

Hot on the heels of newly introduced Comprehend services and ahead of the AWS ReInvent summit in Las Vegas later this month, Amazon today announced that...

AWS Comprehend gains Custom Entities and Custom Classification for training bespoke AI models

Amazon’s AWS ReInvent summit in Las Vegas might not kick off until later this month, but the Seattle company’s cloud computing subsidiary is not...

Amazon launches ‘Alexa-hosted skills’ for voice app developers

Amazon on Thursday launched a new service aimed at Alexa developers that automatically provisions and helps them to manage a set of AWS cloud...

Zendesk shifts to platform play with Zendesk Sunshine launch

Zendesk has always been strongly focused on customer service in the cloud. They began to look at this more broadly in September when they...

AWS makes Translate, Transcribe, and Comprehend services HIPAA compliant

You’ve probably heard of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPAA for short. It’s the principal law providing data privacy...

Doc.ai acquires Crestle.ai to help physicians join the AI revolution

Doc.ai, a company that wants to use cryptocurrency to pay people for sharing their medical data with data scientists making predictive AI models, has...

Amazon’s first African AWS datacenter will open in Cape Town in 2020

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is finally launching datacenter infrastructure in Africa, with the Amazon subsidiary today revealing plans to open three availability zones in...
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