Veritone Announces Expansion of aiWARE’s Ability to Integrate Third-Party Structured Data Sources

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A recent press release reports, “Veritone® Inc. today announced that its operating system for artificial intelligence — aiWARE™ — now offers enterprises, government and public service agencies the opportunity to leverage both structured and unstructured data to generate insight from complex analyses. Through aiWARE’s expanded Application Program Interface (API), developers can now create applications that analyze and correlate sources such as public and private databases with unstructured files, including audio, video and photos, further expanding the universe of potential use cases for Veritone customers.”

The release goes on, “Using aiWARE, customers can utilize artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to perform cognitive processes such as facial recognition, object recognition, audio transcription, translation and optical character recognition on unstructured data files to identify critical information trapped inside. aiWARE enables these workflows to be performed much more quickly, efficiently and scalably than labor-intensive human processes. aiWARE’s new capabilities allow developers to create applications that enable users to correlate and analyze objects, individuals or even discussions captured in video and audio sources with information stored in large structured datasets. For example, using aiWARE’s APIs, developers can create applications that will allow public safety agencies to quickly and easily cross-reference images of potential suspects with datasets such as arrest records and known offender databases, enabling police and border control agencies to identify suspects more quickly, helping them to make better use of their resources, expedite investigations and more effectively prevent criminal activity.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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