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Human staff will always be needed, Amazon insists
Amazon’s warehouses will always need human staff, the firm’s chief robotics technologist told the BBC.
Persian language speakers urge Amazon to restore Persian option
The world Persian language speakers in a letter called on the '' managers to restore Persian language option to Kindle Store.
Amazon's new drones to start delivering packages in months Inc has new drones that will deliver packages to customers in 30 minutes or less in the coming months, a step toward a goal that has eluded the retailer for years.
Amazon faces backlash in India for selling shoes, rugs with images of Hindu gods faced a social media backlash in India on Thursday after toilet seat covers and other items with images of Hindu gods were spotted on the US retailer’s website, making #BoycottAmazon the country’s top trending topic on Twitter.
Amazon rolls out machines that pack orders, replace jobs Inc. is rolling out machines to automate a job held by thousands of its workers: Boxing up customer orders.
Amazon's Bezos unveils lunar lander project 'Blue Moon'
Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world and head of space company Blue Origin, announced on Thursday his intent to participate in the new race to the Moon with a high-tech lander to carry vehicles and equipment.
Peru launches crackdown on illegal gold mining in Amazon
Peru launched a drive to eliminate illegal gold mining in one of the Amazon’s most biodiverse corners, sending 1,500 police and military officers to a region that has suffered rising deforestation from wildcat mining
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says US tabloid newspaper tried to blackmail him
The owner of US tabloid newspaper the National Enquirer pushed back on Friday against accusations of “extortion and blackmail” from Inc Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, saying its reporting on an extramarital relationship involving the world’s richest man was lawful and it would investigate his claims.
Researchers: Amazon face-detection technology shows bias
Facial-detection technology that Amazon is marketing to law enforcement often misidentifies women, particularly those with darker skin, according to researchers from MIT and the University of Toronto.
Amazon suffering 'epidemic' of illegal gold mines
Illegal gold mining in the Amazon has reached ‘epidemic’ proportions in recent years, causing damage to pristine forest and waterways, a conservation group said Monday as it released an unprecedented new map of the activities.
New Amazon HQ split between New York, Washington suburbs
Amazon's ‘second headquarters’ is being split between New York City and the Washington suburbs, the US tech giant announced on Tuesday, capping a yearlong contest that saw dozens of cities fight it out for a promised $5-billion investment and 50,000 expected jobs.
Amazon drops free shipping minimum in tussle for holiday sales Inc. said on Monday it would offer free shipping with no purchase minimum for the first time this holiday season, heating up the competition with Walmart Inc. and other rivals vying for customers’ Christmas shopping sprees.
Amazon scraps secret AI recruiting tool that showed bias against women Inc.’s (AMZN.O) machine-learning specialists uncovered a big problem: Their new recruiting engine did not like women.
Apple, Amazon lead pack to $1 trillion market value
For a long time, Apple appeared to be flying solo to a $1 trillion market value, but Amazon is right at its heels — and experts have no fears of a tech bubble.

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