Revolutionising advertisements on TV, Video, Video on Demand etc. also can imagine if clients enter a branch or want advise you can based on the read get the right person in front of the client.
Clarifai, one startup with a service for recognizing things in images, today introduced a pretty nifty new capability. Now the startup can quickly point out the things that appear in videos. Startups in this field and even major companies like Baidu and Google have been trying to show the advantages of their systems over others. Clarifai’s expansion into video marks an interesting development — one that could have potentially lead to some serious business value. To perform this work, Clarifai employs a trendy type of artificial intelligence called deep learning. The process entails training systems called artificial neural networks on lots of information derived from audio, images, or other inputs, and then it presents the systems with new information and receiving inferences about it in response.