Last August, the wireless emergency alerts (WEA) system conducted a nationwide test. It sent messages to TVs, radios and cell phones for people who had opted-in to receive the message. Since 2012, the WEA has been used more than 70,000 times to send out messages to the public regarding dangerous...
ChatGPT. Deep fakes. Avatars. Google's Bard. In case you haven't noticed, artificial intelligence is changing the game. That's why we have Ryan Steelberg, Veritone's CEO and President, back on the show to check-in on the state of AI and how it impacts employment, as well as everything from communica
Generative AI is the latest wave in artificial intelligence technology that has captured the imagination of citizens, technologists and investors alike.
Sean King oversees the Commercial Enterprise division at Veritone including SaaS technologies and managed services for advertising, licensing, synthetic media, and metaverse.
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Veritone, creator of aiWARE, a hyper-expansive enterprise AI platform, partnered with former pro footballer Alan Smith will use AI voice to cover the most prestigious football tournament in the world. Opta Voice by Stats Perform, powered by award-winning aiWARE™ solution Veritone Voice, brings life
Continuing Focus on Growth and Innovation Centered on Scaling Next Generation AI Applications with Pathway Toward Profitability
The company's CEO says the new roles are "critical to our success in accelerating our growth strategy."
Synthetic Media, also known as "deepfakes," are distorting the reality we live in. They are hyperrealistic video and audio recordings created by Artificial Intelligence technology. Veritone Inc. in Irvine, is mastering synthetic voices, making them sound just like those of real people.
Keeping up with the competition in 2023 may require offering more personalized products. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, personalization was a hot topic among brands ranging from video greeting company Cameo to automaker Stellantis.