AI is coming to the rescue

By Paula Minardi on Nov 29 2017 at 12:30 PM
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Media production help — in the form of Artificial intelligence (AI) — has arrived. 
 
If you’ve heard about AI but aren’t exactly sure what it is, you’re not alone. According to a recent Rocket Fuel and Qualtrics survey published by eMarketer, about 90% of internet users are in the range from “not an expert” at artificial intelligence to “don’t know what it is.” 
 
Ooyala’s new white paper, AI to the Rescue, from our Strategic Media Consulting team, explores exactly what AI is (and what it’s not) and how it’s helping media producers. From the optimization of metadata to advancements in content production, publishing, personalization, and monetization, the technology is making basic tasks in media much more efficient and less expensive to execute.
 
Managing metadata and making the most of it is one such area, as setting up the foundation for properly storing and managing data is critical. This starts with an effective data-capture engine like Microsoft Video Indexer, a part of Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services, and continues with a powerful media logistics platform like Ooyala Flex
 
For more insights, download the white paper here.
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