Online media companies are chasing their tails when it comes to policing terrorist material, and other dangerous and offensive content. But there is artificial intelligence-based technology out there that can spot it before it goes live, says David Fulton, CEO of WeSee. Leading figures in both government and academia have been focused on a common […]
Google is launching a new video standard for YouTube creators that want to shoot VR content. The new standard, VR180, records 180-degree videos, reducing the amount of specialized software and hardware needed to shoot in virtual reality. Not all VR content needs to have 360-degree viewing, especially if the content is designed to be viewed […]
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Rivals are everywhere—now including Facebook.
Creators now have more control over their content.
A decade of showing off our best, worst and just plain weird.
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It’s official: Flash has lost its groove. There’s no stopping HTML5 now.
Views have skyrocketed in a year.
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Also, North Korea just compared the U.S. President to a “monkey.”
Take that, North Korea (or whoever hacked Sony).
It thinks users will follow the stars.
Nix problem tunes before YouTube does.
Think search, YouTube, and Chrome for the 12-and-under set.
Let’s hope it’s not another ho-hum Galaxy exclusive.
For $7.99, YouTube Music Key offers ad-free listening.
An audio-visual feast, in its own murky way.