Fakultät für Technische Wissenschaften
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is nowadays used frequently in many application domains. Although sometimes considered only as an afterthought in the public discussion compared to other domains such as health, transportation, and manufacturing, the media domain is also transformed by AI enabling new opportunities, from content creation e.g. “robojournalism” and individualised content to optimisation of the content production and distribution. Underlaying many of these new opportunities is the use of AI in its current reincarnation as deep learning for understanding the audio-visual content by extracting structured information from the unstructured data, the audio-visual content.
In this talk the current understanding and trends of AI will therefore be discussed, what can be done, what is done, and what challenges remain in the use of AI especially in the context of media applications and services. The talk is not so much focused on the details and fundamentals of deep learning, but rather on a practical perspective on how recent advances in this field can be utilised in use-cases in the media domain, especially with respect to audio-visual content and in the broadcasting domain.
Dr.-Ing. Christian Keimel
Kerstin Smounig (Kerstin [dot] Smounig [at] aau [dot] at)