How Veritone’s AI Operating System is Changing the Content Game

Posted on April 24, 2023

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In this video, we explore Veritone‘s AI operating system and how it’s transforming the media industry. The system ingests over 100,000 hours of media content per day from 1,800+ customers, providing customized solutions for content management, monetization, and innovation.

Benefits of the AI Operating System from Veritone:

  • Provides structure to unstructured data making it searchable and indexable.
  • Enables multivariate search criteria, such as specific phrases or logos within a certain time frame.
  • Offers customized content creation options using generative AI to create new clips from existing footage.
  • Enables personalized and interactive experiences for viewers through natural language generation or NLG models.
  • Provides a competitive edge to customers for content management and monetization.

Veritone‘s AI operating system is not just a tool. It’s a complete solution that can help media companies, sports, advertising, and entertainment businesses improve their content workflows. The system provides value to both finished products and raw footage, allowing customers to monetize content that has already been created and licensed for secondary and tertiary use cases.

The system helps customers create engaging moments and dynamic personalization, even for children, using animated character voices that are synthetically created to match the video. It enables customers to generate synthetic pre-game matchups, post-game recaps, and play-by-play narratives using natural language generation. It is a powerful tool for media companies and marketers who want to stay ahead of the competition. It’s not just personalization and interactive experiences; it’s the future of content management and monetization.

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