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Improving the Sustainability of Crop Farming Using a Data-driven Approach

Due to the effects of advancing climate change and a growing global population, agricultural professionals are under more pressure than ever before to produce higher yields with fewer inputs. Learn how Geopard, an independent precision agriculture platform, collaborates with Corteva, a leading global agricultural input company, to augment their physical products with smart recommendations integrated into a decision support tool powered by AWS.

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Empowering the Blind – How .lumen Is Revolutionizing Blind Assistive Technologies Using AWS

.lumen is a Romanian startup working on adding a wearable device to the too-small list of mobility solutions for visually-impaired people. The company’s goal is to pack all the benefits of a guide dog into a headset, making getting around far easier for the millions of blind people who don’t have access to a trained canine.

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Carsome: Leveraging Automatic Car Plate Masking on Amazon SageMaker to Focus on Growth

Carsome is Southeast Asia’s largest integrated car ecommerce platform. With operations across Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore, they aim to digitize the region’s used car industry by reshaping and elevating the car buying and selling experience. Here’s how they’re using Amazon SageMaker to free up resources to innovate.

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Next Generation Data Management for Clinical Trials & Research Built on AWS

Cumbersome, disparate data sources in highly regulated environments have historically obstructed longitudinal patient views in clinical research. To help clients generate maximum evidence from trials, Precision Digital Health (PDH) developed a cloud-based platform capable of integrating and harmonizing disparate data assets in the R&D and life sciences industry.

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How Alloverse is Creating a More Inclusive Internet with AWS

Co-Founded by CEO Julie Despraz, Swedish startup Alloverse has developed an open-source platform for virtual collaboration that is being used to build the spatial internet. The company’s platform and tools enable users to create virtual workspaces and 3D applications to populate them. We recently sat down with Despraz to chat VR, sustainability, and celebrating even the smallest of wins.

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