Tag Archive: Artificial Intelligence

02.14.19

College Football Playoff Uses Veritone’s AI and Digital Asset Management Solutions to Enable Richer Media Coverage

With Veritone aiWARE, the CFP was able to apply artificial intelligence to video footage and still images of press conferences, interviews and other Media Day events to produce transcriptions, automated facial recognition of players and coaches, logo identification, and other tasks enabling expedited and enhanced coverage of the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship. For the first time, the CFP was able to make Media Day press conference clips and images available for search and immediate download within minutes of delivery.

02.6.19

Veritone® Launches AI-Based Object Detection And Tracking Solution For Developers To Rapidly And Accurately Detect Objects In Visual Media

Objectbox is state-of-the-art machine learning technology that developers can use to train their own custom object detection engines.  It is a unique tool in the market, accessible to those without data science expertise, combining advanced object detection capabilities with a user-friendly interface that allows users to get immediate feedback on detection efficacy.

09.25.18

Veritone Announces AI-Powered Media Attribution Solution for Broadcasters to Demonstrate Advertising Efficacy and Drive Customer Investment

Veritone Attribute Enables Local & National Broadcasters to Offer Advertisers Near Real-Time Advertising Performance Analytics on Their Native and Pre-recorded Advertising Campaigns Veritone Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), the creator of the world’s first operating system for artificial intelligence, aiWARE™, today announced Veritone Attribute — an AI-powered media attribution application that tracks the efficacy of advertising in…

08.15.18

Learning the three As of AI allows organizations to attain immediate success

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be hard to define. With the technology signifying different things to various people in diverse roles and industries, it can be even harder to describe AI’s benefits. This fuzzy definition is a problem, given that AI can provide tangible and immediate benefits to enterprise operations. AI creates more efficient workflows, allowing…

07.6.18

The Dangers of Bias in AI

Businesses are piling on the investments to gain an edge in artificial intelligence, but the emerging technology comes with the unintended consequence of bias. Chad Steelberg, CEO and Chairman of Veritone, shared with Cheddar the dangers of bias in AI and the importance of removing prejudice from artificial intelligence. View the video interview here  

06.11.18

First AI in Space: NLP Robot Joins Space Station Crew

AI in space doesn’t have a very good image—just recall the scene in the science fiction epic “2001: A Space Odyssey” where the supercomputer HAL murders most of a spaceship’s crew. However, space AI is about to get an image makeover, with a friendly robotic assistant that employs technologies including Natural Language Processing (NLP), face…

05.8.18

Students Turn to Object Recognition for Safety

Recent school shootings have spurred students across the country to mobilize. However, instead of hitting the streets in protest, one group of students has turned to object recognition technology to detect and warn of possible threats to schools. The University of Texas at Dallas students have developed a system called iNotify that’s designed to stop…

05.3.18

AI Prediction System Extends Forecasts of Chaotic Systems

Chaotic systems are hard to predict because—well—they’re chaotic. However, given that humanity is constantly at the mercy of the vagaries of chaotic systems—such as weather, solar storms and sometimes even road traffic—scientists are striving to develop methods to forecast such disorganized events. The latest breakthrough on this front comes from researchers leveraging AI prediction technology…

04.18.18

NVIDIA and ARM Take Deep Learning to the Edge

With more than 86 billion ARM processor chips shipped to date, chances are there’s an ARM-based device within arm’s reach of you right now—most likely your smartphone or tablet. In fact, ARM-powered products are nearly ubiquitous, with the diminutive, low-power processors at the heart of countless mobile, consumer and internet-of-things (IoT) devices used by people…

04.13.18

How Avoiding Using “AI” Can Promote Acceptance

Elon Musk warns that artificial intelligence (AI) could lead to robot death squads prowling the streets. Nearly three-quarters of Americans fret that AI could take away jobs. More than half of U.S. citizens are more concerned about AI’s impact on employment than they are about immigration or offshoring. So why then do 79 percent of…