#AIChat is a 10-15 minute monthly Twitter chat on artificial intelligence (AI)
Where my guest(s) help you figure out how AI will impact the entertainment industry. And in your daily life.
My guest on November 24th was @brianlring.
Will AI take over the entertainment industry.
Mistakes are mine.
It’s 2PM EST.— Nick Tang (@nickhtang) November 24, 2020
Welcome to #AIChat
My guests help you make sense of the #AI world in 10 to 15 minutes.
We have a lot to cover.
We’re starting now.
Please welcome my guest @brianlring pic.twitter.com/Mh4phLH41Z
Video editing. It’s at the heart of content creation. And it’s difficult and tedious. #AI is revolutionizing this toolset in some very disruptive ways. (1/3)— B Ring 📺 FutureOfTV.Live (@brianlring) November 24, 2020
We already have automated highlight clipping tools for sports. For live video editing, automated multi-camera production is making good headway. (2/3)— B Ring 📺 FutureOfTV.Live (@brianlring) November 24, 2020
But the MOST impressive #AI that I’ve seen in this domain is the use of speech-to-text AI to turn video editing into a process that is as simple as editing a word document. Best example? Descript. Turns any good writer into a fantastic video editor. 🤯 (3/3)— B Ring 📺 FutureOfTV.Live (@brianlring) November 24, 2020
Well – great question @PBSMetadata 🙂 I’d say, it goes both ways. #AI can ‘create/enhance’ metadata which can drive better monetization & UX opportunities. But also, #metadata can drive #AI downstream too. Long story short, metadata is KEY to #AI 💯— B Ring 📺 FutureOfTV.Live (@brianlring) November 24, 2020