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Category: Artificial Intelligence

Presentations from the Media & Entertainment London Symposium on December 4

Whether you missed our event on Dec 4 2018 at BAFTA in London, or you were able to attend and would like to have a copy of the presentations, we are delighted to provide an overview of the sessions and assets to review. The overall objective of the event was to gather customers and partners […]

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re:Invent 2018: Presentations from M&E-related Sessions

Missed any of the media-related sessions from re:Invent? Below are the videos and slide decks (where available) for M&E-related breakouts. Click here to see the full list of M&E-related sessions across breakouts, chalktalks, and workshops. If you want to see all videos and slide decks across all re:Invent 2018, they are available here and here respectively. You […]

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What’s New From re:Invent – Relevant M&E Releases and Launches

With over 100 launches and announcements of new services and major features during re:Invent, it can be hard for any media technologist to keep track of the most relevant for media workloads. Of the many announcements, three stood out as game changers for our M&E customers: Amazon Personalize: Leverage Amazon.com’s personalization technology to deliver personalized […]

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Pac-12 Conference Upgrades Sports Video Experience Using AWS

Pac-12 Networks, the sports media production arm of the prestigious Pac-12 Conference, is on a mission to transform the sports fan experience – reaching more viewers, at more locations, and on more devices. Their new approach takes advantage of AWS cloud technologies, including AWS Elemental Media Services, to re-imagine core master control production workflows as […]

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AWS M&E Symposium in London – December 4, 2018

[UPDATE Dec 13] Presentations from this event are now available for viewing and downloading here. This one-day event will bring together Media & Entertainment industry pioneers that are transforming their businesses with the Cloud. We will address video workloads across content production, media management and delivery. Join us to hear the experiences of others in […]

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New Case Study: National Geographic Speeds Innovation with Serverless Computing on AWS

In this case study, learn how National Geographic leveraged AWS serverless and machine learning services to build the mobile-native National Geographic App, a searchable portal to the company’s multimedia content catalog going back over 130 years. “We have 130 years of valuable content that is relevant and useful today, but only if it’s accessible and […]

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On-Demand AWS Tech Talk: Tape-to-Cloud Migration Walkthrough

ABSTRACT: Level 300 | Service How To Whether a content creator (like a studio) or a distributor (like a broadcaster), Media Asset Management is a core workload for Media & Entertainment companies. In this tech talk, learn from media-specialist AWS Solution Architects as they walk through the newly released content migration solution from AWS, incorporating […]

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Guest Post from Dalet Digital Media Systems: Making Media Businesses Smarter: AI, Cloud and Workflow Orchestration

By Arnaud Elnecave, VP Marketing, Dalet In today’s fast-paced and ultra competitive media landscape, the ability to respond rapidly to evolving consumer demands and grasp opportunities for new revenue forms as they arise is key to sustainable success. For most organizations, this mandate for greater business agility drives a direct need for a deep transformation […]

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What’s in Your S3 Bucket? Using Machine Learning to Quickly Visualize and Understand Your Media Files in S3

As organizations make their transition to the AWS cloud, they often find themselves asking the question “what’s in that AWS S3 bucket?”  In an environment where leadership teams expect fast answers from IT, how do you dissect an S3 bucket with ten terabytes and hundreds of thousands of audio files or documents without a way […]

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Build an Automatic Alert System to Easily Moderate Content at Scale with Amazon Rekognition Video

Introduction There has been a steep increase in people creating videos, spending time watching videos, and sharing videos. Most of the videos created today are user-generated content, but publishing this raw content comes with risk. To help ensure a positive website experience for customers by removing inappropriate or unwanted content, companies need a scalable content […]

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