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Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)

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AI is here. From autonomous vehicles to voice-controlled agents, more and more machine intelligence research is crawling from the lab into real life. All signs point to this trend accelerating. More data, less-costly computing, and much greater investment are all indicators that AI, this time, is here to stay. The label has been used to death by unscrupulous marketers, reporters, and even some researchers who still confuse learning for actual intelligence, but true AI is still very rare. This is because real AI is hard — especially in the media industry, where data is small and often fractured, and the questions posed to AI are extraordinarily complex. ETC AI researcher Yves Bergquist will present a detailed and case studies-driven webinar that explores the nature of AI, where it is going, and what it means for the media industry.


Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are providing ways for broadcasters to offer greater coverage of live events. This problem-solving technology is learning to create a series of shots that appear natural to the viewer for live recordings. This AI is also proving useful for scouring large amounts of data for news stories. It can also be used to enhance the experience for visual and audio impaired viewers.

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Remote editing is a much-needed feature for an industry that is increasingly global. Collaborations between production houses, editors and clients in different cities, and even countries, are common. All needing access to the footage to add their input. While remote working solutions are common for a range of document types, it presents some difficulties for video editing.

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AI in TV Production Infographic

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