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- Big Data
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Augmented Cognition
- Digital Twins
- Advanced Simulations
- Volumetric Capture
- Neural Engine & Predictive Technologies
Consumers are finding TV content with voice commands. They choose what to watch using recommendation engines. They read news stories composed entirely by machines. They control their TVs using digital assistants.
As media companies add more data sources to fuel machine learning and other future applications, the industry needs both better enterprise systems and better core data infrastructure . There is a growing need for a standard, organizing framework to capture and surface the inherent relationships...
VoiceInteraction is a global software company with proprietary technology that provides speech recognition-based solutions for the broadcast industry.
Did you know that by 2021, credentials sharing will cost the US pay-TV industry nearly $10 billion, according to Parks Associates? That might be the challenge, but the answer is security. And having the right security solution will help operators drive new, incremental revenues.
This presentation will explore how satellite-based delivery solutions can help broadcasters meet increasing customer expectations for a flexible, seamless content experience across multiple screens, with analytics to better monetize content.
Artificial intelligence is probably the hottest topic within technology and the wider society. Linked with everything from energy efficiency, fighting crime and autonomous cars, AI and its sibling Machine Learning are buzzwords across multiple industries. However, what do AI and ML mean today...
WGBH has explored 3 different commercial methods for extracting metadata with Artificial Intelligence tools. This session will look at each of the tools:
• Amazon Web Services directly
• Sony Ci using AWS
• Box using Watson and Microsoft.
Sports is one of the most popular types of entertainment. With a strong following and massive competition for the broadcast of sporting events, rights holders are looking for ways to make their coverage generate as much consumer worth as possible, which in turn maximizes revenue.
Today’s highly connected and sophisticated workflows have attracted next-gen security threats, posing the opportunity for significant damage to both content owners and productions facilities.
With deployments rolling out around the world, the advanced broadcast + broadband capabilities of ATSC 3.0 are catching the attention of broadcast equipment suppliers, broadcasters, and consumer device manufacturers.
Blockchain is not just about financial services anymore. Media and platform companies have the opportunity to harness blockchain to optimize value chains, facilitate ecosystem-wide efficiencies and support innovative business models.
Take a look into the future of streaming media and find solutions to unlock the value of anytime anywhere content. From media management to OTT and broadcasting to transcoding and more.