Achieve a greater appreciation of the intricacies of AI, its theory of operation, and the methodologies needed to make it work. Discover how AI and ML is delivering better workflows and television programming.
Ground breaking advances in storage technology are paving the way to empower broadcasters to fully utilize IT storage systems. Taking advantage of state-of-the-art machine learning techniques, IT innovators now deliver storage systems that are more resilient, flexible, and reliable than at any time in the history of broadcast television.
Machine learning, computer vision and realtime meshing of the virtual and real for consumer experiences and at production level are key themes running throughout the conference sessions of the BVE show. Here’s our pick of the bunch.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made its mark on IT and is rapidly advancing into mainstream broadcasting. By employing AI methodologies, specifically machine learning, broadcasters can benefit greatly from the advances in IT infrastructure innovation and advanced storage designs.
Broadcast systems are renowned for their high speed and high capacity data demands. Up to recently, they relied on bespoke hardware solutions to deliver the infrastructure required for live real-time uncompressed video. But new advances in IT data storage have now opened the doors for broadcasters to take advantage of this state-of-the-art IT innovation.
Technologies like IP, cloud, HDR and Artificial Intelligence have been discussed in theory for years. 2019 could be the year of making things actually work. As digital democratisation gains momentum, the Techflow Futures Theatre at BVE is curated to inform and inspire the broadcast and production audience through expert panels and keynotes. We pick the highlights.
IBC has announced the call for technical papers for the 2019 exhibition.
Broadcast and IT technology collaboration is continuing its journey with the cross-over between them becoming ever clearer. Storage is a major growth area with advanced methods achieving greater efficiencies and resilience. And as broadcast repeatedly demands more and more capacity, IT innovation is taking broadcasting to new levels of productivity.
We editors, color graders and graphics artists are an opinionated group and that’s a good thing because with the speed technology is changing we need open communication among ourselves.