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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…
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…
News and features - Amazon Science
Discover the latest news about scientific innovation at Amazon. Find articles from scientists and researchers about artificial intelligence, machine learning, and more.
Search & Information Retrieval | Research Areas - Amazon Science
Developing advanced techniques to analyze behavioral patterns, lexical matches, and semantic matches to surface the most relevant recommendations in response to your queries.
Awards and recognitions - Amazon Science
Learn about the ways Amazon’s scientists and researchers are being recognized around the world.
Alexa Prize - Amazon Science
The Alexa Prize is a series of competitions for university students dedicated to accelerating the field of artificial intelligence. Participating teams will advance several areas of AI through generalizable methodologies such as continuous learning, teachable AI, multimodal understanding, and reasoning.Through the innovative work of students, Amazon Alexa customers will have novel, engaging interactions. And, the immediate feedback from these customers will help students improve their algorithms much faste
Amazon SURE - Amazon Science
The Amazon Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) aims to increase diversity in science and engineering fields by providing students from historically underrepresented communities with a unique summer research experience at a top-tier university. For more information, please visit our frequently asked questions section.
Amazon Research Awards (ARA) - Amazon Science
Amazon Research Awards was founded in 2015 and merged with AWS Machine Learning Research Awards (MLRA) in 2020. The ARA program oﬀers unrestricted cash awards and AWS Promotional Credits to fund research at academic institutions and non-profit organizations in areas that align with our mission to advance customer-obsessed science.
Academics at Amazon
We hire world-class academics as Amazon Scholars and Amazon Visiting Academics to work on large-scale technical challenges, while they continue to teach and conduct research at their universities. Learn more about our programs, and how to apply.
Working at Amazon - Amazon Science
Amazon fundamentally believes that scientific innovation is essential to being the most customer-centric company in the world. Our scientists' ability to have an impact at scale allows us to attract some of the brightest minds in artificial intelligence and related fields.
Internships - Amazon Science
Amazon offers internships year round, and projects will depend on a student’s area of research and interest, as well as the team they're placed. View our available internships.
Careers - Amazon Science
See the latest jobs and career opportunities in science at Amazon. Advance the state of the art in customer-obsessed science.
Sustainability | Research Areas - Amazon Science
Taking a broad, science-based approach to reach net zero carbon by 2040.
Collaborations - Amazon Science
Whether you’re a faculty member, student, developer, thought leader or a policy maker, Amazon offers a number of ways for you to engage with the company’s science community.
Conferences - Amazon Science
Amazon scientists are active in conferences and events worldwide, where they contribute and learn from the latest research, as well as engage with the global science community.
Security, Privacy & Abuse Prevention | Research Areas - Amazon Science
Creating a secure suite of hardware, software, and services with privacy, while giving you control over your information.
Blog - Amazon Science
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Automated Reasoning | Research Areas - Amazon Science
Focusing on the automation of formal logical reasoning to raise the bar on the security, durability, availability, and quality of Amazon’s products and services.
Information & Knowledge Management | Research Areas - Amazon Science
Developing machine learning techniques to enrich product-related information from Amazon detail pages and the Internet at large.
Quantum Technologies | Research Areas - Amazon Science
By harnessing the laws of quantum physics, quantum computers have the potential to solve problems that are beyond the reach of today's computers.
Research areas - Amazon Science
Science at Amazon enables new customer experiences and addresses existing customer challenges whenever there is limited or no existing prior art. It complements the company’s engineering and product disciplines, and is critical to all Amazon businesses focused on delivering increased customer value.
Economics | Research Areas - Amazon Science
Developing sophisticated approaches and systems to deliver the broadest selection of products and services at the lowest prices.
Ozge Sahin on the art and science of studying consumer behavior - Amazon Science
The Johns Hopkins business school professor and Amazon Scholar focuses on enhancing customer experiences.
KDD: Graph neural networks, fairness, and inclusivity - Amazon Science
The general chair of this year’s Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining on what excites him most about the conference program.
National Science Foundation and Amazon announce latest Fairness in AI grant projects - Amazon Science
Thirteen new projects focus on ensuring fairness in AI algorithms and the systems that incorporate them.