The History of Video Search: Who’s Still Standing, Who Isn’t, and New Players in the Space (The Collegian)

The Collegian: The History of Video Search: Who’s Still Standing, Who Isn’t, and New Players in the Space. “You may be wondering how video search has fared amidst the constant shifts in popularity and functionality, and it’s a thought worth considering. Video content is being consumed more and more online, with some platforms boasting staggering statistics: almost 5 billion videos are viewed on YouTube every day. Below is a brief overview of video search to better understand the digital playing field.”

Digital Trends: Google Provides a Tool for Making Objects and Places Within Video Searchable

Digital Trends: Google Provides a Tool for Making Objects and Places Within Video Searchable. “During the Google Cloud Next Conference in San Francisco, Google revealed a new machine learning application program interface (API) called Cloud Video Intelligence. With this API, developers can create applications capable of detecting objects within video and making them searchable and discoverable. Both nouns and verbs can be applied to those objects, such as ‘dog’ and ‘run.'”