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Detecting “Action” and “Cut” in Archival Footage Using a Multi-model Computer Vision and Audio Approach with Azure Cognitive Services

Movies and TV shows require multiple takes per scene and may have a substantial amount of archival footage as a result. Here, we use Azure Cognitive Services and custom code to develop a multi-model Machine Learning (ML) solution to automatically detect discardable footage to save media companies manual archiving hours and storage space.

Building an Action Detection Scoring Pipeline for Digital Dailies

Media companies capture footage filmed for the entire day in what's known as ‘digital dailies’. When talking about terabytes and petabytes of content, storage costs can be a factor. Lets explore Machine Learning approaches to identify which content can be archived or discarded which will save on those storage costs.

Building A Clinical Data Drift Monitoring System With Azure DevOps, Azure Databricks, And MLflow

Hospitals around the world regularly work towards improving the health of their patients as well as ensuring there are enough resources available for patients awaiting care. During these unprecedented times with the COVID-19 pandemic, Intensive Care Units are having to make difficult decisions at a greater frequency to optimize patient health ...

Sequence Intent Classification Using Hierarchical Attention Networks

We analyze how Hierarchical Attention Neural Networks could be helpful with malware detection and classification scenarios, demonstrating the usefulness of this approach for generic sequence intent analysis. The novelty of our approach is in applying techniques that are used to discover structure in a narrative text to data that describes the behavior of executables.

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