Amazon Developer Blogs

Amazon Developer Blogs

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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August 08, 2018

Cami Williams

Here are some core principles that we have uncovered in conversational voice design along with some advanced design skill-building tips to create natural voice experiences.

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August 07, 2018

Guest Blogger

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I’ve created dozens of card game prototypes and am working on numerous card-based projects I plan to release in the future. From working on these projects, I’ve noted some common elements that tend to make or break a digital card game’s design.

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August 07, 2018

Kaiyin Hu

Regular skill testing can help you deliver consistently great and reliable voice experiences to customers.Check out this post to learn how to create unit tests to validate a skill’s output against predefined assertions.

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August 06, 2018

Jennifer King

Gal Shenar, founder of Stoked Skills and creator of popular skills like Escape the Room and Wordplay, shares best practices for building highly engaging Alexa skills.

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August 03, 2018

Paul Cutsinger

I recently chatted with Oren Jacob, co-founder and CEO of Pullstring, and was delighted to learn that he shares my view on the importance of conversational design. Here are a few points from our chat that have stayed with me.

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August 03, 2018

Kristin Fritsche

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Florian Hollandt ist begeisterter Entwickler mit einem besonderen Interesse an Voice Games, also sprachgesteuerten Spielen. Da war es nur logisch, dass er selbst sich auch an die Entwicklung eines Voice Games wagt. So entstand die Idee für Mau-Mau, ein Game Skill für Alexa.

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