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Olive Builds the Internet of Healthcare and an AI Workforce on AWS

Today, the healthcare industry is flooded with software. Any given hospital has an EMR, billing software, different portals for every insurance partner, and individual medical tools each with their own interfaces, just to name a few. None of these systems work together, and the downstream effects dehumanizes the care experience. Olive is designed to connect these disparate parts, shining a new light on old processes, connecting providers delivering care and payers reimbursing that care to ultimately drive a better patient experience.

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How AMPLYFI Manages Variable Traffic Machine Learning Workloads on AWS Lambda

Founded in 2015, AMPLYFI has developed an insight automation platform that helps organizations to make better decisions and change with conviction. AMPLYFI specializes in developing artificial intelligence driven solutions that unlock and analyze the vast amounts of unstructured data on the internet, internal company datasets, and industry databases, allowing customers to generate key decision-driving insights.

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Sparta Science: Predicting Musculoskeletal Injury Risk with Force Plate Machine Learning™ on AWS

Sparta Science delivers a movement health solution to organizations who want to protect their most valuable resource – people. Elite sports teams, military units, performance and rehabilitation businesses, occupational health providers, and employers use Sparta Science’s Movement Health Platform (SMHP) to assess injury risk and performance, and to guide improvements in musculoskeletal health. Here’s how they’re leveraging AWS to do it.

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MatHem.se Scales Grocery Delivery App with Amazon EventBridge

In March 2020, MatHem.se, Sweden’s leading independent pure-play online grocery retailer, saw a huge surge in customer demand almost overnight. The number of concurrent users trying to place a grocery order increased by 800% day-over-day. Here’s how they used a serverless architecture and Amazon EventBridge to handle the strain.

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digital content creation startup Renderro

Causality Link Uses Amazon Translate to Bring in Global Perspectives

As an investor, Eric Jensen, co-founder and CTO of Causality Link, was frustrated with how difficult and time consuming it was to project trends in financial markets. Too often, he found there was either no information available or only regurgitated sources, and he decided to change how investors consume information to make decisions. Eric started Causality Link to empower investor decisions with natural language processing (NLP) and provide information from around the globe in a consolidated and interactive platform.

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