Amazon Developer Blogs

Amazon Developer Blogs

August 06, 2019

Paul Cutsinger

どの分野においても、自分の専門的な知識や経験を認めてもらって差別化を図るには、認定資格が効果的です。音声の分野も例外ではありません。本日、AWS認定 「Alexaスキルビルダー – 専門知識」の日本語版が公開されました。

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August 06, 2019

Kristin Fritsche

Mit Voice Games und In-Skill-Purchasing zum Erfolg: Tipps vom Entwickler-Startup Krögoor

Mit dem neu verfügbaren Feature In-Skill Purchasing (ISP) erweitert das Entwicklerteam von Krögoor jetzt auch ihre deutschsprachigen Skills um Premium-Inhalte. Im Blogartikel teilen sie Ihre Erfahrungen mit der Community.

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August 05, 2019

James Ang

Alexa Skills Blueprints in ANZ

We are excited to announce that now anyone can create and publish an Alexa skill on the Australian Alexa Skills Store using Alexa Skill Blueprints for customers in Australia and New Zealand to discover and use.

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August 01, 2019

Matthew Cadman

During the last three months, more than 75 agencies and tool providers in 12 countries competed across the globe in the Alexa Cup. The challenge offered an opportunity to push the boundaries of what is possible with voice. We are excited to announce the winners.

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August 01, 2019

Diana Stansfield

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The way customers have to log into an app on Amazon Fire TV could be the difference between them becoming paying subscription customers or not. Reduce the average number of keypresses for completing an entire registration process on Fire TV from an average of 300 to 2 with Login with Amazon.

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July 31, 2019

Douglas De Araujo

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In April, we announced new helpers in the Alexa Skills Kit SDK for Python that allow you to locally run, test, and debug your Alexa skill faster. This tutorial shows you how to set up a local Flask Server with a local DynamoDB instance for persistent storage and connect a debugger.

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July 31, 2019

Abdalghani Abujabal

Most question-answering systems rely on either text search or knowledge graphs. A hybrid approach, which knits together data from multiple textual sources to produce an ad hoc knowledge graph, yields better results on complex questions.

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July 29, 2019

Arianne Walker

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In the Smart Garage, attendees could get a look at the Rivian truck and the Cybic E-bike before they are available to the public, as well as three aftermarket devices from Anker Roav, Nextbase, and iOttie.

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July 29, 2019

Larry Hardesty

The new focus areas for the Amazon Research Awards, which provide up to $80,000 in funding and up to $20,000 in Amazon Web Services Promotional Credits to academic researchers investigating topics related to machine learning, were announced this month. The application period opens on September 10.

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July 24, 2019

Sacid Celik

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German game developer b-interaktive likes to make sure that their games are available across all app stores. Check out our interview with them to find out how they manage to achieve app version parity and how they handle updates. 

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