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Amazon CTO: AI will soon become ‘culturally aware’

Werner Vogels, chief technology officer of tech giant Amazon, said in an exclusive interview with Newsbytes.PH that as artificial intelligence (AI) continues to evolve, AI will go beyond what we know today and will soon be “culturally aware.”

Amazon customer service team in PH opens 500 jobs in Davao City

Amazon Operation Services Philippines announced on Monday, Feb. 26, that it will hire over 500 customer service professionals in Davao City for permanent and full-time jobs which will be fully work-from-home and night-shift positions.

Amazon sets new record for most renewable energy purchased by single firm

The company’s renewable energy portfolio now totals more than 20 GW, and will generate enough clean energy to power 5.3 million homes in the US.

PH gov’t approves Amazon’s P524.33-M virtual customer services project

The Virtual Customer Services (VCS) project, which will adopt 100% work-from-home operations for its contact center agents, will provide customer and vendor management services to support Amazon’s global retail business and sellers.

Fueled by unprecedented demand, tablet shipments return to growth in 2020

Impacted by the pandemic, the tablet market reached shipment levels not seen since the fourth quarter of 2017 when the total was 49.9 million.

Tech giants reveal how they adapted during pandemic

In a virtual town hall, representatives from tech giants Netflix, Amazon, Google, Grab, and Mynt discussed the technologies and steps they adopted to cope during the Covid-19 digital shift.

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There is now a way to publish a book that is absolutely free -- it is called direct publishing.

Poco M3 smartphone debuts; 70,000 units sold globally in 30 minutes

Former Xiaomi sub-brand Poco announced over Twitter that it sold more than 70,000 units in the first 30 minutes of availability for the successor of the Poco M2 – the new Poco M3.

Amazon to add 3,200 customer service jobs in PH this year

The jobs will be based in Amazon?s dedicated customer service centers in Cebu and Manila.
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