Researchers use bots and artificial intelligence to automatically tag and title videos

If you already tried to upload some of your pictures to OneDrive, you may be aware that Microsoft’s cloud storage service is able to automatically tag your photos and categorize them, group them by location, and more. By adding more data to user-generated content, Microsoft’s artificial intelligence tools also make it easier for OneDrive users to find relevant pictures using OneDrive’s search feature. But could artificial intelligence accomplish the same sort of magic with video content? That’s exactly what Chia-Wen Lin and Min Sun, professors in the Electrical Engineering department of National Tsinghua University in Taiwan, are trying to do. In a new blog post on the Microsoft Research blog, the company explains that both professors partnered in 2015 with Dr. Tao Mei, lead researcher in multimedia at Microsoft Research Asia…


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