Events and conferences
Meet the Prime Video tech team at events, conferences, and awards.
Elliott Nash – Senior Manager, Software Development – presents at re:Invent 2022 about how tools help establish baselines and drive significant efficiencies across Prime Video’s AWS usage.
AWS and technology are changing some of the fundamental ways that NFL football is played and experienced on Prime Video. Join Eric Orme – Director, Prime Video Sports Engineering and Operations – as he explains how.
Amazon Studios, Prime Video, and MGM tech employees bring big ideas to life at second annual Tech Tank hackathon.
Science teams presented two state-of-the-art works at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2022.
The paper introduced a technique to efficiently compute the difference in cost between two versions of a program and was presented at the conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI) 2022.
Simple matrix factorization techniques can be employed to build an accurate and provable clustering algorithm whose performance doesn’t necessarily degrade even if the space of the clusters is close.
At the European Women in Tech conference 2022, Filippa Hasselstrom, head of low-latency streaming at Prime Video, explained how her team builds the future of live sports streaming using UDP.
Prime Video presents on Video/Audio Quality in Computer Vision and hosts a Grand Challenge during WACV 2023
During the Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), Prime Video’s Yongjun Wu and Sriram Sethuraman discussed Video/Audio Quality in Computer Vision, and Hai Wei presented the HDR VQM Grand Challenge awards.
Prime Video Tech and Amazon’s Black Employee Network (BEN) host “Black in Tech” event at London offices
During the UK’s Black History Month, Prime Video and BEN hosted an event focusing on Black professionals and Prime Video tech employees.
At Chaos Carnival 2022, Olga Hall, Geoff Robinson, and Ali Jalali presented on achieving continuous resilience in DevOps at Prime Video through AI and ML.
Prime Video and AWS collaborated to deliver TNF to millions of fans. Join Manish Rao – Director, Playback and Discovery – as he explains how we did it.
Prime Video announces ARA awards in the fields of anomaly detection and insights, automated reasoning, personalization and discovery, and video quality analysis.