What can 
Artificial Intelligence 
(really) do for your video business?

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Today’s entertainment industry technology vendors are reeling off jargon like “AI”, “machine learning”, and “deep learning”, touting the benefits these technologies promise.
It can be difficult for video service providers decision makers to discern between the future promise of AI and what is truly feasible and effective today.

In this white-paper you will learn what AI can really do for your video business TODAY! , not in the future.

PwC anticipates that artificial intelligence will contribute $15.7 trillion to the world economy by 2030. There is no question that artificial intelligence (AI) currently plays an important role in all aspects of our society; moreover, experts like Andrew Ng, former Chief Scientist at Baidu, a giant Asian web services company and pioneer at putting artificial intelligence to work across its organization, claims that AI will have the same impact on the world as electricity had a hundred years ago. In this respect, the entertainment industry is no exception; it is expected that AI will have a profound and far-reaching impact in the coming years, and there will be no going back. Today’s entertainment industry technology vendors are reeling off jargon like “AI”, “machine learning”, and “deep learning”, touting the benefits these technologies promise. It can be difficult for video server provider decision makers to discern between the future promise of AI and what is truly feasible and effective today: how can deploying AI in your organization now improve customer acquisition, engagement, and retention and by extension, prove its ROI. This White paper describes the challenges faced by the entertainment industry – more specifically, the video industry –that can be effectively addressed by state-of-the-art AI today. You should approach implementing AI in your organization like a journey where each step represents progress with real business benefits. Each step, having delivered satisfaction with incremental positive impacts paves the way for continued progress. Progress, that is demonstrable to senior management and represents a positive ROI for the business.