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Chirag Bhavsar - Amazon Science
Chirag Bhavsar is a senior manager of hardware development at Amazon.
Wesley Hong - Amazon Science
Wesley Hong is an applied-science manager at Amazon.
Amazon Halo Rise advances the future of sleep - Amazon Science
Built-in radar technology, deep domain adaptation for sleep stage classification, and low-latency incremental sleep tracking enable Halo Rise to deliver a seamless, no-contact way to help customers improve sleep.
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Explore the FAQs on Amazon Science to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about science and research at Amazon.
An application of causal bandit to content optimization - Amazon Science
Amazon encompasses a large number of discrete businesses such as Retail, Advertising, Fresh, Business (B2B e-commerce), and Prime Video, most of which maintain a presence across its e-commerce website. They produce content for our customers that belong to diverse content types such as merchandising…
Larry Hardesty - Amazon Science
Steve Tally - Amazon Science
Steve Tally is a freelance science and technology writer in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Glenn Rifkin - Amazon Science
Glenn Rifkin is an author and journalist based in the Boston area.
Cedric Archambeau - Amazon Science
Cédric Archambeau is a principal applied scientist with Amazon Web Services.
Mohammad Taha Bahadori - Amazon Science
Taha Bahadori is a senior machine learning scientist in the Amazon Devices organization.
Kailash Budhathoki - Amazon Science
Kailash Budhathoki is an applied scientist at Amazon.
Patrick Bloebaum - Amazon Science
Patrick Blöbaum is a senior applied scientist with Amazon Web Services.
John Roach - Amazon Science
John Roach writes about science, technology, and energy.
BOJIAN ZHENG - Amazon Science
Bojian Zheng is a doctoral student at the University of Toronto who has been interning with Amazon Web Services on and off since 2020.
Yida Wang - Amazon Science
Yida Wang is a principal applied scientist with Amazon Web Services.
Chandan K. Reddy - Amazon Science
Chandan K. Reddy is an Amazon Scholar and a professor of computer science at Virginia Tech.
Francois-Xavier Aubet - Amazon Science
François-Xavier Aubet is an applied-machine-learning scientist in Amazon's Supply Chain Optimization Technologies group.
Sean O'Neill - Amazon Science
Sean O’Neill is a writer, editor, and science communicator based near Bristol, UK.
Mitigating targeting bias in content recommendation with causal bandits' - Amazon Science
Recommendations systems play a central role in improving customer experience on the Amazon retail website. Commonly, Learning-to-Rank (LTR) methods are employed to rank content, however these methods are subject to bias inherent in the observational data that they use for training. This paper…
Elena Ehrlich - Amazon Science
Elena Ehrlich is a principal data scientist at Amazon Web Services who works in the AWS Professional Services organization.
Da Zheng - Amazon Science
Da Zheng is a senior applied scientist in the Amazon Web Services Deep Learning group.
ColdGuess: A general and effective relational graph convolutional network to tackle cold start cases - Amazon Science
Low-quality listings and bad actor behavior in online retail websites threatens e-commerce business as these result in sub-optimal buying experience and erode customer trust. When a new listing is created, how to tell it has good quality? Is the method effective, fast, and scalable? Previous…
Causal forecasting: Generalization bounds for autoregressive models - Amazon Science
Despite the increasing relevance of forecasting methods, causal implications of these algorithms remain largely unexplored. This is concerning considering that, even under simplifying assumptions such as causal sufficiency, the statistical risk of a model can differ significantly from its causal…
Adaptive experimental design and counterfactual inference - Amazon Science
Adaptive experimental design methods are increasingly being used in industry as a tool to boost testing throughput or reduce experimentation cost relative to traditional A/B/N testing methods. This paper shares lessons learned regarding the challenges and pitfalls of naively using adaptive…
Dominik Janzing - Amazon Science
Dominik Janzing is a principal research scientist with Amazon Web Services.