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Amazon continues to invest in Tübingen, Germany by creating a new team focused on Amazon Scout

We're thrilled to announce a new investment to expand research and development of autonomous delivery technology in Germany with the creation of a new team at our development center in Tübingen. The team will be focused on Amazon Scout, Amazon’s fully-electric autonomous delivery service.

Imperial College London to launch COVID-19 ‘infodemic’ knowledge platform using AWS

The knowledge platform will help the healthcare community ‘cut through the noise’ to find the best possible treatments for COVID-19 patients.

Amazon's fourth R&D center in Germany is dedicated to open Artificial Intelligence research

‘Lablet’s’ leader, Yasser Jadidi, says the research center’s mission aligns with Amazon’s customer orientation and its responsibility to society.

Searching for information about sight loss?

The British Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) now provides information about living with sight loss through Alexa.

Celebrating 15 years of innovation at our Development Centre in Scotland

As our Development Centre in Edinburgh celebrates its 15th anniversary, we went behind the scenes and met the team of past and present to find out why Scotland has been such a great place to invest in innovation.

Insights powered by AWS help to improve Formula 1 viewing experience

More than half a billion Formula 1 fans around the world will benefit from the new ‘Battle Forecast’ on-screen graphic – powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

A digital lifeline

For these residents of Hampton Care Home, Alexa has become an empowering and comforting presence.

Look what the cat can't drag in

An Amazon employee didn't know how to code. That didn't stop him from using machine learning to invent a pet door that solved a disgusting problem.

Project Zero Expands to Europe

Project Zero builds on our long-standing work and investments to ensure that customers always receive authentic goods when shopping on Amazon.

Can I watch YouTube on Amazon Fire TV?

Yes. The official YouTube app is now live on compatible Fire TV devices.
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