Editor's Note: This event has been postponed until later this year. We will provide updates about this event when they become available.
The Amazon Scholars program will host the first-annual Amazon Scholars & Faculty Summit this June in Seattle. The two-day event will be held at Amazon’s South Lake Union campus, and will be attended by Amazon science leaders, Amazon scholars, and leading computer-science academics from universities worldwide.
Academics attending the event will have the opportunity to network with Amazon scientists, Amazon scholars and their academic colleagues, and to immerse themselves in Amazon’s customer-obsessed approach to science. Attendees will get insight into emerging initiatives, projects, and technology through multi-domain workshops, keynotes, and lightning talks focused on the broader theme of research at Amazon.
Walterio MayolPrincipal Research Scientist
Eric ZivotAmazon Scholar
Daniel MarcuDirector, Alexa Search
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