Throughout the modern world, hundreds of thousands of hours of video content are currently generated for learners-videoconferences, lectures, webcasting and more. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to search for video clips like we search web pages, looking for individual words rather than relying on tags or descriptions?
That is the goal of Koemei (pronounced “co-may”) using a cloud-based video and audio recognition technology. Check out the demo below.
The pricing mode is still to be determined as is the accuracy with profession-specific content (e.g. healthcare).
I plan to keep a close eye on this company (and others working on similar technology).
(Via Singularity Hub)
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