AWS wants to help agencies tame their satellite data with Ground Station
The new offering gives customers a new option in the cloud to more efficiently bridge the gap between the growing volume of satellite-produced data and the applications that operationalize that data on Earth.
Lawmakers demand answers on Amazon Rekognition (again)
The lawmakers feel they didn't receive "sufficient" answers to two letters from July.
AWS wants to help software providers speed through FedRAMP
The cloud giant announced a new program to assist partner software-as-a-service providers in achieving public sector compliance authorizations.
ACLU puts members of Congress in the facial recognition crosshairs
In a test, Amazon's Rekognition software falsely identified 28 sitting members of Congress as individuals who have been arrested, the civil liberties group says.
Amazon ‘unwaveringly committed’ to government customers despite employee protests, Teresa Carlson says
“We are unwaveringly in support of our law enforcement, defense and intelligence community," Teresa Carlson said.
Q&A: Teresa Carlson on AWS’s push for the JEDI contract — and why a single award ‘is a good thing’
In an exclusive Q&A, Carlson details AWS's pursuit of the Pentagon's $10 billion JEDI commercial cloud contract and why she supports DOD's decision to make a single award.