Valossa Gives Developers A Voice In Video Search To Compete With Apple TV OS

The Finnish startup Valossa has developed a video voice search technology based on artificial intelligence (AI) that developers and original equipment manufacturers can integrate into their platform to compete with companies such as Apple.  The AI technology gives voice to search engines that power queries on TVs, mobile devices, and PCs. It recognizes the content of video files through a combination of text and pattern recognition, and can reach into the video to identify the context through metadata, making it searchable. It also can discover and recommend semantically-related content from large video collections. Mika Rautianinen, Valossa co-founder, says future query features will enable users to drill down deeper into content. “By having scene-level understanding of the audiovisual entities in content we can better contextualize in-roll and pre-roll ads,” he says.  Technologists…


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