43 Powerful & Bold Andy Jassy Quotes

I really like the “There will be three things in this world that will always be certain. Death, taxes, and…

He is the co-founder and CEO of the cloud computing company, Amazon Web Services.

The CEO that makes most money out of Amazon is Bezos, a venture capitalist and philanthropist, who is also the founder of Blue Origin.

Jassy started his career working for Amazon right after he earned his computer science degree at Harvard.

He was hired by Amazon in 2005 to be the head of sales and distribution at Amazon.com, he then spent several years in the company shadowing CEO ‘Jeff Bezos’.

When he had a problem solving he would use an SPC chart that plotted his progress. He would add a line whenever he solved the problem and then when he felt he was past that line he would stop working on the problem.

Jassy then successfully learned that, and that’s how he was finally able to come up with the solution to the problem.

Andy Jassy, he is the creator of Ruby, so he has a lot of experience dealing with Ruby. He has a lot of interesting thoughts.

43 Powerful & Bold Andy Jassy Quotes

Andy talked about the need for analysis to make changes to your code. He also noted how analysis should be approached so that when a developer realizes something isn’t working as expected, they can quickly identify the root cause.

The technology has been used for many years to target ads and to track individuals online, and that’s what the public is worried about.

The company did not seek to enforce the laws and instead worked with ICE to make the system more efficient.

Although the first Nokia Lumia 1020 launch failed to make much of an impression on the market, Nokia was still determined to get back into the smartphone market to gain ground.

Barnes & Noble is the company that sells the Nook e-ink reader and e-books and their retail stores. One of the rumors about the launch of their retail site was that it was going to destroy the ability to order their e-ink reader and e-books from Amazon. In the interview, Jassy says that this was a baseless rumor that was started by the author of a book that Amazon was planning to publish on how to sabotage the retail site launch. He says that there was no such plan.

Face surveillance can be deployed during law enforcement investigations where there is a strong likelihood of finding a single person.
However, facial recognition is far less accurate that other biometric features, such as fingerprinting.
According to Gizmodo, in the UK, the police have been using facial recognition for more than a decade and it has become easier to use since Google and Facebook have made facial recognition technology more accessible.

“So a lot of good is already being done. Like hundreds of people have been reunited with their parents and saved. We know that there’s definitely human trafficking out there and we want to help save as many people as we can. And so a lot of societal good is already being done with facial recognition technology”.

The other thing is that consumers are in the position to decide to spend money in a different place. It is what consumers choose to do that matters, not what someone else, whether in government, industry or academia, wants.

All in all, Jassy feels that Amazon is a very strong company, and that even though there are a lot of challenges for the company. Amazon is a solid platform that is not really threatened by any of the current challenges.

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Police departments use facial recognition software. While it’s unclear how many departments in the US currently use the technology, it’s important to remember that the use of facial recognition technology is growing quickly. The FBI, NYPD, and Department of Homeland Security in the US have all tested the technology. The Washington Post reported on April 11, 2018 that the police department in San Jose, California, began a pilot program using the technology and planned to add facial recognition to law enforcement body cameras in the city.

In some markets, Amazon is a one-trick pony (i.e., they provide a service and nobody else does, so there’s no competition). Amazon has done a pretty good job at providing a superior e-commerce experience. But for a lot of markets, there are other companies that offer services that are potentially a better value compared with what Amazon offers. If you compare Amazon to other e-commerce services, their customer service is awful. So, a customer service comparison is probably not the best way to understand how much value Amazon can deliver.

I think that if we had been able to have gotten into the mobile business sooner, we would have been better positioned and may have been able to compete better. I do think that we have a very small market share in each of the businesses that we operate.

They have to make sure that the algorithms were not just good for the last 6 hours, but that the algorithm is always good and it will continue to be good.
The algorithm is what takes a lot of time to implement and maintain.

In this instance, I think it’s worth mentioning that the “misuse” being referenced is in the context of violating a ToS. There are no specific examples in the quote given, and it seems like the specific scenario Andy was talking about was an issue with being caught stealing data from other customers, but it’s worth mentioning regardless.

Jassy explained that this comes from a large variety of customers who are asking for more, and who are willing to tell management what they want. These customers also tend to be very vocal about what they want.

In the past, Google has been accused of monopoly power in search. If they were to make a move into any aspect of online shopping, this would be the big test of their market dominance, and it could mean the beginning of the end of Web retailers. Google could be just the tool companies need to break up the online business.

It’s up to the police to prove to the general public that they have not infringed citizens’ rights. That is the responsibility of the government, not the police. As for the possibility that others will criticize the government, it’s hard to say. That is the responsibility of the political establishment.

We see almost everything in the media every day. We do not believe that everyone is an equal target of that media. We are not always the targets of that media, and we are not always the victims of something.

I’m pretty sure the issue of civil liberties are not too high on the list of his concerns – and probably not high on the list of Bezos’ concerns in general. The main concern in the Amazon leadership is revenue. If it’s not generating enough revenue, it doesn’t matter to them whether or not the government collects all of the data they are already collecting.

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1% of the world’s retail store sales is equal to roughly 1/10 of 1% of the entire world’s retail store sales and Jassy is saying that it is okay that he and other leaders at Amazon are making their fortunes on 1/10 of 1% of the world’s retail market.

Jassy is arguing that police departments need access to these high-tech gadgets to help them solve crimes.
But we learned that the police have access to such gadgets already. The police have access to the same high-tech gadgets that Jassy’s company, Amazon, sells.
In fact, that’s exactly what the police did in February 2018 — they used the Echo speakers to investigate a crime. They were able to see video surveillance from the home.

Amazon gets thousands of complaints. Every day Amazon receives millions of complaints. I’m guessing Andy is saying that one day Amazon received a huge number of complaints about one individual user.

The main problem with this is that it doesn’t account for the fact that some of these companies have a lot more resources and know a lot more about consumer habits than our end-users.

Andy Jassy said that they have been very consistent in saying if they found that they have users who are misusing the technology and violating people’s civil liberties and violating the law, they would suspend their ability to use the technology.

Amazon, and Amazon as a whole has become successful, and across a few different business segments, but simply because the company has been successful, in a few different business segments, doesn’t mean it’s somehow too big.

We’ve worked hard to build an amazing platform and marketplace, and have created a community of developers who are really passionate about the future of Android and Google Apps.

When asked about the social ramifications surrounding facial recognition, Jassy says it’s just one part of the overall facial recognition pie, and that we’re still early on in the technology’s evolution.

Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos announced at the company’s all-hands meeting at a New York Times story published on June 8th, 2014. The story mentions that Bezos said “Amazon would stop selling CDs and DVDs in favor of digital distribution”.

Andy Jassy is a co-founder of the Center for Democracy and Technology and joined Amazon shortly after the company was founded. In this interview he discusses how the company should be responsible for the unintended consequences of its products and how it should be regulated. Amazon is the only company who has this responsibility, he says. A “responsible consumer” has more control over products because of this responsibility. Amazon does not have this responsibility and there has not been regulation on companies such as Amazon.

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Jassy says that the company does not use facial recognition technology to surveil people within the U.S., but only on photos that were uploaded to Facebook by the company’s users.

There seems to be a difference between the police force and civilians (and the government) that has a lot to do with what the police see as their role in life. The police feel that we, as a society, owe them a certain amount of deference but we do not owe them our trust. When I was trying to explain the technology issue, I suggested they may have the same view of their role. The police, like other law enforcement, have a fairly low opinion of criminals in general. It’s not that they don’t respect them, but that they are less likely to trust them.

Jassy says that despite the public’s distaste for facial recognition technology, “nobody knows how to use it well,” adding that the technology is still in its nascent stage.

It’s not easy to ban the technology of surveillance, because it is not something that can be easily stopped. You can encrypt all the data, but someone could still hack into the system and steal the key, or intercept the encrypted traffic in transit.

There is a reason the US government has a secure and encrypted messaging app that can be used by the President, other administration officials, Cabinet members, congress, etc.

A lot of people think that Amazon is just an online bookstore. It’s not. And it’s not just an e-commerce platform, it’s a platform for all of commerce. And it’s not just an online marketplace, it’s a marketplace for all of commerce. And it’s not just a warehouse for inventory, it’s a warehouse for all of commerce. And it’s not just an advertising platform, it’s an advertising platform for all of commerce.

I didn’t actually understand that so I checked Google.com and yes, Google is an advertising company. It’s also been owned by a couple of other companies, so there were even more. And not one of those companies was “a lot of people”.

“The president has been saying, and we’ve been saying and I feel strongly about, for the last three years, that this is incredibly important for the safety and security of the country and the world. We’re confident that at AWS, our capabilities are the most advanced, and we’re going to continue to work with him as we look to continue to make sure that we’re the leader in cloud computing.” – Andy Jassy


In a nutshell, the President’s statements and the executive order are not the same.

Andy was asked if he saw any problems with the FBI going after criminals on the dark web. He then gave an answer about how the dark web actually makes the world a better place. It is a world where people who would not be able to afford a computer and internet access are able to communicate with others freely.

There’s a lot of training that goes on in all facets of law enforcement. We don’t publicly discuss some of that training, particularly regarding the interrogation of suspects. But there is an extensive amount of training both for police officers and for FBI agents on the use of investigative tools.
The following are links from the FBI website and from the Police website.

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There’s a lot of different ways of skinning the cat. You have to look at it from different angles. In the enterprise space, we compete in a handful of markets. If you look at the enterprise segment, you have Microsoft and Amazon and Google, and those are the players in enterprise.

We have a relatively tiny share of that overall market.

Amazon Web Services was founded in 2006 by a small group of ex-employees of Sun Microsystems, and AWS has been expanding rapidly since its founding. AWS offers a range of products and services to businesses of all sizes, covering storage, computing, analytics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things. The company was valued at $9.6 billion in June 2018.

Jassy says Microsoft needs to be more transparent about how to use Windows 10’s new tools for monitoring your own computer, and that Microsoft will not support the new tools if they are used to watch or listen to user activity.


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