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.
Compliance solutions have rapidly transformed a once operator-intensive legal necessity into suites of automatic processes for new revenues.
In the age of eager reporters surfing the internet for scandalous scoops, who is helping defend TV station newsrooms by detecting and tagging fake pictures and videos before they air, and how are they doing it? Hint: It’s not ‘golden eyes’ or government regulators.
TV test and measurement gear and instrument solutions also facilitate remote production and monitoring.
An engineering assessment of broadcast TV T&M needs and solutions in late 2019 suggests the new decade will bring more needs and solutions. A revelation such as this was once news.
A major development has happened in the broadcast industry with the adoption of software running on COTS servers for processing uncompressed real-time video. Up to recently, this had not even appeared on the radar, but new technology evolution and innovation has now made software COTS for broadcasters a reality.
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AI is being talked about a lot, but many of the applications being touted are still just potential solutions looking for a problem, and the data returned is not yet reliable enough to be implemented across the industry. A key BEIT session explores the practical implications of AI in Media and a taster we’ve gathered the insight of David Cole, CEO, IPV and Steven Soenens, VP Product Marketing, Skyline Communications.