To aid customers with meeting the demands of open records requests, Veritone has announced a collaboration with GovQA , a leading provider of transparency solutions for government agencies.
“Commercially, buying ads around coronavirus coverage on podcasts might be tricky for brands…. Hilary Ross, VP of podcast media at Veritone One, said she isn’t seeing a large number of advertisers seeking out coronavirus-centric podcasts, though in the past they have placed some ads on a few.
As AI continues to evolve and be refined, so too will the products offered to police. It is important for the policing profession to adapt and evolve with these technologies as the rest of the world also explores AI integration.
AI technology and solutions provider Veritone is recognized as winner of the Industry Star Award in the 13th Annual Media Excellence Awards.
Extreme weather events like those in Texas are increasing and this problem is not going away any time soon. With artificial intelligence to predict weather and grid state, continuously model an efficient grid, and intelligently control energy flow where it’s needed most, we can make unfortunate even
The Industry Star award recognizes Veritone’s innovation and leadership in technology, entertainment & media.
The combination of Veritone AI technology and NVIDIA EGX will open doors to real-time AI applications running on-premise, hybrid or in the public cloud, for use in markets such as energy, security, smart cities, media and entertainment, contact centers, and industrial and manufacturing.
“Netflix spends more than $10 billion every year on content,” Steelberg said. “This only works if you have a phenomenal monetization model. I think we already know who the winners are -- and I think the gap between the winners and losers is significantly greater than most people realize.”
Big tech companies like Microsoft can decide not to sell facial recognition software to police departments, but there are plenty of startups to take their place.
“When you're trying to search through archives of audio and video, it enables you to get used to an extra speed of functionality and ease of use. I think it's still the state of the art as natural language processing continues to improve,” Ryan Steelberg, president of Veritone, said.