Amazon Developer Blogs

Amazon Developer Blogs

August 15, 2018

Guest Blogger

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This blog will cover something very near and dear to my heart: player expression through gameplay. Basically, players being able to play how they want to play and not always exactly how the game or the designer wants them to play.

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August 15, 2018

Jennifer King

Adva Levin, founder of Pretzel Labs and winner of the Alexa Skills Challenge: Kids, shares tips for building an engaging persona for your voice-first experience.

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August 14, 2018

Kristin Fritsche

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Immer mehr Geräte, die wir täglich zuhause benutzen, können mittlerweile intelligent gesteuert werden. Der Alexa Skill von EWE hilft dabei das smarte Zuhause zu steuern.

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August 13, 2018

Grant Strimel

How a new algorithm for "perfect hashing" enables Amazon scientists to shrink the memory footprint of machine learning models by 94%.

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August 13, 2018

Jeff Blankenburg

Help is often overlooked in a skill. But when done well, it is an invaluable part of the customer experience. Learn why it's important for every skill to include contextual help to guide customers throughout the voice experience.

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August 09, 2018

Adam Foster

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Today, we are announcing the Alexa Auto SDK to help simplify the integration of Alexa into in-vehicle infotainment systems, so that our customers can take Alexa on the road.

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August 09, 2018

Koji Kamimura

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本日、私たちは車のインフォテイメントシステムにAlexaを容易に搭載できるようサポートする、Alexa Auto SDKの一般公開を発表しました。これによりお客様は車の中でもAlexaを利用する事ができます。

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August 08, 2018

Memo Doring

Today, we announced that Amazon Alexa and Alexa-enabled devices are coming to Mexico later this year. Starting today, you can use the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) to build skills for customers in Mexico using the new Spanish (MX) language model.

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August 08, 2018

Yuval Merhav

Amazon AI researchers have publicly released a new dataset with transliterations of 400,000 names, to aid the development of systems that can search for data across languages that use different scripts.

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