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.
The site gives users access to highly curated video clips, many of which have never been broadcasted previously. The streamlined user experience features AI-enabled search capabilities that enable sports fans to easily find and watch clips of their favorite players and teams, and analyze plays by th
Veritone Creates AI-Driven Revenue Opportunities For Enterprise Media & Entertainment Companies On AWS
Veritone, Inc. has announced an extension of its work with Amazon and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support its Media & Entertainment (M&E) customers. Last year, Veritone joined the AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative that helped content creators, rights holders, producers and distributors...
Veritone has been named a winner in the 2020 Artificial Intelligence Excellence Awards program for its applications Veritone IDentify and Veritone Redact, both of which are powered by Veritone’s aiWARE platform.
Veritone's "Transparency and Trust Report" focused on the relationship between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve as well as measuring broader public opinion on policing in the United States.
The supplier said Entercom was one of the first adopters of its Veritone Discovery product, a content search and analysis program that uses artificial intelligence to organize and analyze its “unstructured media.”
Veritone planned to demonstrate its Veritone Redact product at IACP.
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.