The world’s biggest e-commerce giant is showing off its latest technology at CES 2017, the world’s largest tech trade show.
Amazon is rolling out a new, cloud-powered shopping cart, as well as new smart contracts, and a new Alexa-powered virtual assistant, as part of a broader push to connect consumers with products and services they already trust.
But in many ways, Amazon and its rivals are just getting started.
The big players in the world of AI and the cloud are now catching up.
A handful of major players, including Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and IBM, have been working for years to create new types of AI, and have created some of the most advanced cloud-based systems to date.
They’re now using machine learning to analyze customer behavior, create new products, and streamline processes.
But Amazon’s moves into AI and computing are not a quick fix.
A cloud-driven shopping cart is just the first step toward a broader strategy to deliver smarter products and better services for consumers, according to Marc Lore, Amazon’s chief technology executive.
Amazon’s big bets in AI and AI-powered cloud computing have been on things like robotics, artificial intelligence, artificial neural networks, and other research and development.
Amazon has also been trying to improve its AI and artificial intelligence services in the cloud.
Amazon has partnered with a startup called Cognitive Science to build a new kind of AI system that could be used to identify and improve customer service problems in the Amazon Echo, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire tablets.
The Echo has a conversational AI that is programmed to do things like make personalized recommendations and help you with shopping.
The Echo also has a cloud AI system, and Amazon has been testing this in a number of markets, such as the UK, France, and Germany.
In a recent blog post, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos outlined a plan to build “a new generation of AI,” called a Cloud AI platform.
It would include cloud AI services for Amazon Prime members, Amazon Alexa-enabled devices, and Alexa-capable Alexa devices from third-party companies.
Amazon is also partnering with companies like IBM to build AI-enabled hardware.
Amazon says it will build more cloud AI and machine learning services over time.
Amazon, however, is not the only company using cloud AI to help solve customer problems.
Microsoft recently partnered with IBM to develop AI-driven solutions to the problem of AI bots that can read people’s facial expressions and understand their behavior.
Amazon also recently hired the AI pioneer Peter Norvig to help create its AI capabilities.
And Microsoft is currently developing its own AI solutions for customers.
But while Amazon’s AI is getting its software and hardware into the cloud, Amazon continues to invest heavily in the traditional AI space.
It’s a business that Amazon says will be profitable in 2026, with the company expecting to generate $5 billion in revenue.
It has a $5.7 billion cash pile, including cash on hand and investments in research and technology.
While Amazon is the largest of the big players, it’s also growing rapidly.
Its cloud AI business is growing by a staggering 70 percent a year, according for 2017.
That’s in part because Amazon is taking on big bets with new products and new AI services.
It also is investing in other areas, including artificial intelligence for its Echo devices and the Amazon Video service, as the company moves toward selling more video streaming services.
The bigger story here is that Amazon is really building the next big AI, the cloud AI.
That is going to be a very important thing for Amazon, because if we can build the AI platform that we need, then we can actually have a very robust and efficient AI platform, as we’re going to have a lot of AI coming from the cloud in the future.