Why Amazon is going after its own staff

The Wall Street Journal’s David Dayen writes:Amazon is buying an engineering firm, acquiring a software company, and even hiring some of its own people.

The company is betting on a strategy that can make it more competitive in a time of rising costs, while also improving its bottom line.

And in a world where many of the companies it competes with are struggling to stay afloat, Amazon’s move into technology could be the way to save them.

The Wall Street Review’s Matthew O’Brien writes:In other words, the Amazon of the future is a company that is constantly reinventing itself.

That’s a recipe for disruption.

And Amazon isn’t shy about that.

It has already been investing heavily in artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence research, and it’s developing an AI-driven version of its popular Prime Air delivery service.

In 2018, the company also said it plans to develop artificial intelligence-powered robots, including a robot capable of picking up items.

Amazon has been trying to get its own software to compete in a growing field of artificial intelligence called machine learning.

Its goal is to use machine learning to make products smarter and better at their tasks.

The software it plans on using, called Amazon Machine Learning, is called the Amazon AI platform.

The company says it is not planning to compete directly with companies like Google and Facebook, though it has a number of partnerships with them.

Its Amazon Cloud Machine Learning platform can be used to create AI products.

In addition to its acquisition of Jet.com, Amazon is also buying its own robotics and machine learning software company Jet.

The Wall House and other financial news organizations have reported that Amazon is looking to buy Jet, which was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in the Bay Area.

The acquisition is expected to close in the first half of 2018.

Jet was acquired by Amazon in 2014 for $13.4 billion.

In the past, Amazon has tried to buy a company to compete with it.

In 2009, Amazon bought Jet’s hardware division, which became Jet.co, for $16 billion.

But it didn’t make any moves into software, and the company went bankrupt in 2015.

In 2020, Amazon acquired Jet’s cloud computing service.