Legal tech vendors say they are unbowed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, and are so far keeping new product releases on schedule despite volatile markets and disruptions in how their law firm and corporate clients operate.
Data scientists, engineers and business units need to work closely together to develop, deploy and maintain a successful AI strategy
Veritone aiWARE now produces IAB Tech Lab Content Taxonomy-compliant metadata output via aiWARE APIs.
Our newest offering is game-changing for content publishers, producers and advertisers as it delivers richer intelligence about what topics are discussed at specific times within an audio stream, allowing insertion of more targeted ads while also providing advertisers with a more efficient way....
Veritone Expands Content Classification Capabilities to Power Contextual Advertising at Scale for Podcasts
Veritone today announced the expansion of its content classification capabilities to support IAB Tech Lab Content Taxonomy-compliant metadata output via aiWARE APIs
What people may not realize is that most current uses of the technology are not related to automated facial recognition surveillance and do not in any way infringe on individual rights. Companies like FaceFirst, Vigilant Solutions and my own have developed and are continuing to enhance these systems
You need to have that deeper expertise to integrate it into your ecosystem. That’s the problem Veritone is solving: providing people a platform so that when they have data scientists make those killer breakthroughs, how can they get that to scale?
A new law enforcement app called Clearview is taking a leap into the legal unknown by creating one of the biggest known facial recognition databases around, powered by 3 billion public pictures pulled from social media.
We may not have robot lawyers, but lawyers and technologists agree that artificial intelligence will have a major impact on the legal profession in 2020.
Veritone planned to demonstrate its Veritone Redact product at IACP.