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* '''Crowdsourcing Web Imagery Through AI To Understand Television News'''
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Deep learning has revolutionized our ability to understand the visual world. Machines can now readily sift through billions of images a day and catalog the objects and activities they depict, scan them for violence or nudity, identify text, estimate their location and any number of other capabilities using libraries of pre-trained models.
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[[https://www.forbes.com/sites/kalevleetaru/2019/06/03/crowdsourcing-web-imagery-through-ai-to-understand-television-news/#38bb859b5708 July]]
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* '''Warner Music Group's Digital Chief Ole Obermann Exits Label'''
 
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[[Porter Bibb]], Managing Partner for [[MediaTech Capital Partners]], on [[ESPN]]'s media earnings and the battle for subscribers. Hosted by [[Lisa Abramowicz]] and [[Paul Sweeney]].
 
[[Porter Bibb]], Managing Partner for [[MediaTech Capital Partners]], on [[ESPN]]'s media earnings and the battle for subscribers. Hosted by [[Lisa Abramowicz]] and [[Paul Sweeney]].
 
[[https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2019-02-06/disney-s-espn-poised-to-reap-rewards-of-online-betting-radio February]]
 
[[https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2019-02-06/disney-s-espn-poised-to-reap-rewards-of-online-betting-radio February]]
 
* '''Meet the 9 startups that Techstars believes can disrupt the music industry'''
 
 
Via [[Fast Company]], meet the [[Techstars Music Accelerator]] 2019 cohort: [[The Music Fund]], [[SuperRes]], [[Inklocker]], [[Replica]], [[Marble AR]], [[Mila]], [[Rhinobird]], [[EmbodyMe]], and Signal Distribution.
 
[[https://www.fastcompany.com/90301400/exclusive-meet-the-9-startups-techstars-believes-can-disrupt-the-music-industry February]]
 

Revision as of 21:34, 12 June 2019

  • Crowdsourcing Web Imagery Through AI To Understand Television News

Deep learning has revolutionized our ability to understand the visual world. Machines can now readily sift through billions of images a day and catalog the objects and activities they depict, scan them for violence or nudity, identify text, estimate their location and any number of other capabilities using libraries of pre-trained models. [July]

  • Warner Music Group's Digital Chief Ole Obermann Exits Label

Warner Music Group's chief digital officer, Ole Obermann, is leaving the company, Billboard has confirmed. The New York-based executive's departure comes as a surprise; according to sources who spoke with the online publication, Obermann decided not to renew his contract. [June]

  • Andreessen Horowitz Reports on Investment in the Podcast Ecosystem in 2019

a16z notes that Americans listening weekly to podcasts grew from 7% in 2013 to 22% in 2019. 65% of monthly podcast listeners have been listening for less than 3 years. [May]

  • Interplay Learning set to expand VR training for blue-collar jobs

Austin startup Interplay Learning has created digital training programs where you can strap on a VR headset and learn HVAC skills. [May]

  • Condé Nast Names Ex-Pandora Chief Roger Lynch CEO

Roger Lynch has been named Condé Nast’s first global CEO, with the former Pandora and Dish Network exec, stepping into the role April 22. [April]

  • Is Streaming Music Killing the Planet?

Futurism reports a study published by researchers from the University of Glasgow and the University of Oslo, that streaming music is "killing the planet" — dwarfing the environmental toll of the golden age of physical media. [April]

  • Disney’s ESPN Poised To Reap Rewards Of Online Betting

Porter Bibb, Managing Partner for MediaTech Capital Partners, on ESPN's media earnings and the battle for subscribers. Hosted by Lisa Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney. [February]