By Veritone CMO Scott Leatherman: As the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is being rolled out, most localities are still unprepared and understaffed. Can artificial intelligence help this staffing crisis?
Veritone, Inc. today announced its iDERMS Designer was selected by Empower Energiesto provide an optimal distributed energy resource (DER) sizing solution for a multi-facility development project in Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).
The solution will provide Empower Energies with an optimal DER system design to reduce the end-user energy cost, maximize its BESS investment and increase revenue opportunities.
As the fight for consumer attention grows ever more challenging given a multitude of messages across all media every day, the effectiveness of radio advertising has become more crucial than ever. Citing hundreds of audio ad tests along with other research commissioned by Cumulus Media, this week's W
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Armed with real-time data on how TV campaigns drive web traffic for advertisers, stations are winning new clients, reducing churn and increasing market share at a time when marketers place increasing emphasis on tracking return on investment. An AI-powered solution from a Colorado-based company prov
A recently released report from technology firm Veritone found that body-worn cameras and license plate reader technology are seen as helping to make communities safer.
The Racial Identity and Profiling Act requires officers report detailed perceived demographic information in an effort to prevent racial profiling and bias, but providing that data [using the DOJ's app] could take five to eight minutes per report, but Veritone's app takes less than two minutes.