From now on, you’ll have to pretend better in vlogs and think through every video in which you appear. As artificial intelligence technology is advancing with the speed of light, video analytics platform Valossa is doing its part with Val.ai, an AI that recognizes feelings and distress #machinemagic
Val.ai is a platform for video content creators to search faster for the frames they need, while understanding if a performance is authentic or not. Unlike other algorithms out there, the one developed by Valossa can analyze the feelings of a person, whether he’s sad or confused, and correlate it with its heart rate. All that, just by “looking” at moving images.
“Imagine you are looking for a particular piece of footage of a dog and a ball on the beach, for example. If you don’t remember when it was taken, you’ll spend a long time looking for the correct video clip. With our technology, it’s easy: You just search for it.”, says Ville Hulkko, the company’s chief commercial officer. Indeed, Val.ai makes manual annotations unnecessary, saving precious time.
Besides, the artificial intelligence program can search according to a predefined set of criteria, one that each business can set for itself. You can apply for beta now and see how accurate Val.ai is. Or… you can try a demo on the spot at What is my Movie website.