The event unfolded over three days of networking, thought leadership keynotes and discussions, showcases on the trends including 5G, AI, IoT, Smart Cities, next-generation broadcasting and more.
The company will be supplying Soliton technology and solutions in the region for broadcasters, production companies and security apps.
BroadcastPro ME just concluded the second edition of the MENA Anti-Piracy Conference and in response to feedback from delegates, we brought a raft of new voices and perspectives to the panel discussions.
The MENA Anti-Piracy Conference takes place on 23 April at the Ritz-Carlton JBR in Dubai and is free to attend for industry professionals; however, online registration at www.antipiracyconference.com is mandatory.
VSN will present its AI integrated solutions at CABSAT, which provide advanced content management and analytical tools for the industry.
With consumer viewing habits changing rapidly, traditional methods of labelling and logging metadata no longer seem to be keeping pace.
Neural networks allow the identification of the most important variables related to churn and [are] doing a very good job in pattern detection, writes Marc Valdivia at NPAW (Nice People At Work).
AI search will monetise archives in new ways and AI data management will move data and data processing algorithms to where they need to be, writes Jon Morgan of Object Matrix.
With AI, recommendations are more intelligent, search functions are more specific and user retention is at an all-time high, writes Peter Chave, Principal Architect at Akamai.
New artificial intelligence capabilities will dig deeper into the decision-making realm freeing the industry to create engaging content, writes Glodina Lostanlen of Imagine Communications. The media industry has traditionally been technology-driven. We still see this. Recently the talk has all been...
The world’s first AI-composed song dedicated to a city was launched in Dubai this month and is testimony to how AI can be used to create soundtracks for film, advertising and gaming.
Valossa will integrate its video AI technology into the Accurate Player, enabling the player to natively visualise Valossa's metadata extraction.
The agreement will integrate UIB’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) messaging capabilities in du’s network, allowing the telco to build “conversational relationships” with its customers.
AI is the answer to all of humanity’s problems – or the end of civilisation, depending on whom you ask. Sounds like blockchain, but that’s a different column altogether. Many have written about the technical virtues and capabilities of AI, or deep machine learning, or HAL, and I shall not bore you...