Machine Learning for Broadcasters

Machine Learning for Broadcasters

Tuesday, 14 December, 2021
1700-1800hrs

Location

Online
United Kingdom
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Early Evening
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Machine learning is making massive in-roads into broadcast television with applications ranging from metadata classification to advanced video and audio compression. But why is machine learning so powerful and what challenges does it solve? 

 

This talk, delivered by Tony Orme and the RTS Thames Valley Creative Technology Centre, provides an overview of machine learning specifically for broadcasters, it’s applications and why it works, and will answer the questions:

  • When is machine learning used and why?
  • How do machines learn through neural networks?
  • What is dataset bias and why is it so dangerous?
  • Why has machine learning appeared now?
  • Where is machine learning going?

Book your webinar place now to view this online talk and de-mystify machine learning, understand its power, and be ready for the machine learning revolution.

Speakers: 
Tony Orme
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Machine learning is making massive in-roads into broadcast television with applications ranging from metadata classification to advanced video and audio compression. But why is machine learning so powerful and what challenges does it solve?