​Apace Adds AI To MAM

The AI service consists of facial recognition and object recognition tools to improve ingest efficiency and make media management more practical, the firm states.

Apace AI focuses on video media, ingest automating, and analytics. The company is offering two classes of services:

1 - AI integrated service: Complete integration of these tools at the edge or cloud with Apace workflow and media asset management (postMAM) software solution, or even as a functional application for third party MAM and DAM, including AEM.

2 - AI training service: Offering AI services to further accelerate the AI deployment to help media AI adoption /transition and for better customers experience.

“As such, the service models assure streamlined and efficient workflow of AI solution in customer’s environment,” Dr. Lee Hu, President/CTO. “The AI based applications are offered as SAAS that can run at Edge, Cloud or Hybrid cloud environment, depending on where the media data sits.”

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