Moments Lab, CIS Group, And Glookast Partner For AI-Powered Media Digitization And Indexing

Leading AI and video search company Moments Lab (formerly Newsbridge), has partnered with CIS Group and Glookast to provide an archive digitization and indexing service that uses Moments Lab’s MXT multimodal AI indexing models.

The partnership gives news and broadcast groups in the Americas an all-in-one solution to digitize and index large volumes of audiovisual content in an efficient and cost-effective manner, thanks to the groundbreaking, patented AI indexing technology.

CIS Group will use in-house solutions and those of close partner Glookast to provide customers with a complete service that is underpinned by Moments Lab’s MXT-1.5 AI to make media assets fully searchable. By leveraging Glookast’s feed ingest product with VTR control, tape-based archives will be digitized and ingested directly into Moments Lab’s platform, where AI services can be automatically triggered, enhancing the metadata associated with these newly digitized media assets. Users will be able to search their media library on Moments Lab and share media assets with other asset management systems by leveraging Glookast’s Media Services platform.

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