• Amazon SageMaker. A fully managed cloud machine learning platform, Amazon SageMaker enables developers and data scientists to build, train and deploy machine learning models for predictive analytics applications.
  • Amazon Lex. This service for building conversational interfaces into any application using voice and text is powered by the same technology as Alexa.
  • Amazon Polly. A text-to-speech service, Amazon Polly uses deep learning technology to convert text into spoken audio. It includes Sixty voices across twenty-nine languages.
  • Amazon Polly. A text-to-speech service, Amazon Polly uses deep learning technology to convert text into spoken audio. It includes Sixty voices across twenty-nine languages.
  • Amazon Rekognition. This software-as-a-service facial recognition and analysis platform uses the deepest learning algorithm to process images and extract information from them.
  • AWS DeepLens. This programmable video camera enables developers to easily experiment with machine learning, AI, and the internet of things.
  • Alexa Voice Service. This programming interface provides developers with a set of C++ libraries to add Amazon Alexa’s speech and other capabilities into their applications and devices.
  • Amazon Transcribe. This service converts speech to text quickly and accurately by using a deep learning process called automatic speech recognition.
  • Amazon Translate. Amazon Translate is a cloud service that can convert large amounts of text written in one language to another language.
  • Alexa Skills Kit. This software development kit enables developers to build skills or conversational applications on Amazon Alexa.
  • AmazonBasics. This is Amazon’s privately labeled, low-budget brand that mainly sells kitchen, tech, and household products.
  • Amazon Elements. This line of domestic products includes health and personal care items, as well as nutritional supplements.
  • Mama Bear. This private label of Amazon sells baby wipes, newborn through size six diapers, baby food, diaper pail refills, and baby laundry detergent.
  • Presto!. This brand started as a laundry detergent in 2016 but has added household paper towels and toilet paper to its product line.
  • Amazon Essentials. A Prime-exclusive program, this clothing line offers basic wear for men, women, babies, and kids, with additional options for family, big and tall, and athletic activity.
  • Happy Belly. This private label of Amazon was introduced in 2016 and sells Snack food items. In Feb-2019, the brand also began offering milk delivery services.
  • Goodthreads. This menswear apparel line is available exclusively to Amazon Prime members. The label offers both casual and professional pieces and is deemed a bit higher quality and more stylish than the Amazon Essentials brand.