AWS for Industries

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Applying the AWS Shared Responsibility Model to your GxP Solution

The AWS Shared Responsibility Model is often discussed as a topic to illustrate AWS security principles, but you can also apply it to compliance-related activities such as GxP. The shared model provides constructive mechanisms to illustrate the separation of tasks between AWS and the customer. AWS is responsible for the security and compliance of the […]

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Improving the Utilization of Wearable Device Data using an AWS Data Lake

The key to meaningful progress in key global healthcare initiatives, like value-based care, reduction in costs, reduction of errors, and improving outcomes, lies within the vast quantity of data from sources ranging from medical imaging to electronic medical records. IDC projects the total universe of healthcare data to grow approximately 400% between 2020 and 2025, […]

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Adaptive Analytics in Retail: Influencing Shopper Behaviors and Engagement

No retailer would ever question the importance of data in daily operations. The evolution of operational data in retail decision making—from batch reporting to decision support to business intelligence systems—has been quite profound. Today, adaptive analytic platforms are driving industry innovation so retailers can: Detect critical business signals. Derive the current meaning and predictive insights […]

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Recapping re:Invent: What’s New in Retail

AWS re:Invent 2020, our annual conference for AWS leaders to share the latest advances in AWS technologies, has been a huge success so far. For three weeks, we’ve heard about cutting-edge innovations from keynote speakers, and in this blog, I would like to discuss some of the latest announcements that are most relevant to the […]

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How data recipients can implement Open Banking on AWS

On November 26, 2017, the Australian Government announced the introduction of the Consumer Data Right (CDR). Governed by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC), the CDR gives consumers greater control over their data, aiming to improve consumers’ ability to compare and switch between products and services. For example, fintechs can use Open Banking data to help […]

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Novartis AG uses Amazon SageMaker and Amazon Neptune to build and enrich a knowledge graph using BERT (Part 2/4)

This is the second post of a four-part series on the strategic collaboration between AWS and Novartis AG, where the AWS Professional Services team built the Buying Engine platform. In this series: Part 1:  How Novartis AG brought SMART into Smart Procurement with AWS Machine Learning Part 2: Novartis AG uses Amazon SageMaker and Amazon […]

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How Novartis AG brought SMART into Smart Procurement with AWS Machine Learning (Part 1/4)

This is the first post of a four-part series on the strategic collaboration between AWS and Novartis AG, where the AWS Professional Services team built the Buying Engine platform. In this series: Part 1: How Novartis AG brought SMART into Smart Procurement with AWS Machine Learning (this post) Part 2: Novartis AG uses Amazon SageMaker […]

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Trading system functionality made possible by the cloud – Insights from Trading Technologies

Trading Technologies (TT) began its journey in the cloud more than five years ago. On the AWS Blog in 2015, we highlighted their cloud migration in terms of platform transformation and the cultural shifts they and their clients made for a successful conversion. What has TT been up to since that time? “In 2015, we […]

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PathSpot: Enabling handwashing hygiene, innovation, and insights

  PathSpot provides the travel and hospitality industry a hygiene management system designed to protect businesses and their customers from contaminants and ensure effective and frequent handwashing. PathSpot has raised over $10M in venture funding to date, most recently a $6.5M Series A led by Valor Siren Ventures. PathSpot has been featured as one of […]

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