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NFL, AWS team up to transform player health, safety using cloud computing, AI

Friday 6 December 2019 | 09:55 CET | News
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a new partnership with the National Football League  (NFL) with a goal of advancing NFL player health and safety using AWS's portfolio of services and expertise. Building on the existing Next Gen Stats (NGS) partnership, and as the NFL marks its 100th season, AWS and the NFL will innovate together to shape the future of football.

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