Broadcast industry veterans, including Veritone's David Candler, to look at the year ahead. In this next installment of our coronavirus-focused Industry Insights panel, the experts tell us all about working remotely.
The AI Eye: Veritone Reveals AI Adoption in TV Industry Findings Podcast
The California-based company behind the first operating system for AI has released a White Paper with findings from a survey conducted in collaboration with Future Media Entertainment Group that suggest a majority of television companies are “embracing” AI and view the technology as “a competitive..
The integration allows users to search, view and download content stored in both Digital Media Hub and Getty Images through a single interface. In addition to Digital Media Hub’s advanced search capabilities, the new add-on feature lets customers “accelerate content discovery and simplify project...
The Department of Justice awarded a $210,000 contract to artificial intelligence company Veritone, the firm announced May 12.
The Southern California city’s leadership has recently given approval to the police department to purchase facial recognition software with the potential to aid them in identifying criminal suspects.
After an 18-month pilot phase, Anaheim officials are set to buy police officers a facial recognition software that compares images of people suspected of crimes against databases of booking mugshots.
With automated head detection, as well as automatic tracking of manually selected sensitive imagery, Veritone Redact tackles massive volumes of audio and video content at incredible speed and efficiency –– freeing up valuable resources and helping agencies comply with privacy and disclosure laws...
Veritone made the most of its April 22 webinar, showcasing what it would have touted at this month’s NAB Show: an artificial intelligence platform (aiWARE) that’s constantly being optimized with the needs of the media and entertainment industry in mind.
Officers at the Pemberton Township, N.J., Police Department can use cloud-based, artificial intelligence-powered software to quickly redact video that body-worn and in-car cameras capture, saving time, increasing transparency and potentially helping to solve cases faster.