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Digital Nirvana Announces Trance 3.2 for Closed Captioning and Transcription Posted: 18/06/2021
Digital Nirvana Announces Trance 3.2 for Closed Captioning and Transcription

Digital Nirvana, a provider of leading-edge media-monitoring and metadata generation services, today announced Trance 3.2, the latest version of its award-winning, enterprise-grade, cloud-based application for closed captioning and transcription. Trance 3.2 has several new features that will enable faster, more efficient production of publishable closed captions and translations.

New features include upgrades to the tool's natural language processing (NLP) capabilities that, in an industry first, make it possible to identify grammar and style regulations and configure Trance to follow them. And thanks to advancements in machine learning, there are improvements to the machine translation model that satisfy captioners' increased need for localization in multiple languages, quickly translating the content frame by frame while retaining the entire context.

Tags: Digital Nirvana | Trance 3.2 | Closed Captioning | Transcription | Natural Language | Language Processing | NLP
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Comigo Boosts Experience Intelligence Offering With Artificial Intelligence PaaS at IBC2016 Posted: 01/09/2016
Comigo Boosts Experience Intelligence Offering With Artificial Intelligence PaaS at IBC2016
At IBC2016 on stand 3.B52, Comigo will introduce Experience Intelligence (EI) Mind, one of the world's first cloud-based platforms as a service (PaaS) with TV artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. Implementing big data and deep learning capabilities on top of natural language processing (NLP), Comigo's EI Mind employs video, audio, closed captions, and metadata analysis, enabling pay-TV operators and broadcasters to offer unique television experiences. Working as part of Comigo's EI Cloud platform, EI Mind offers unprecedented scene bookmarking capabilities, content enrichment, and content discovery experience beyond traditional programming guides -- driving viewer engagement.
Tags: Comigo | Artificial Intelligence | Big Data | Deep Learning | Algorithm | NLP | IBC2016 | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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