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Microsoft Video Indexer - Unlock Video Insights
"Video indexer builds upon media AI technologies to make it easier to extract insights from videos. Power new forms of content discovery such as searching for spoken words, faces, characters, and emotions. Enrich your apps with embedded video insights to drive user engagement."
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20 days ago by nhoizey
Apple acquires Pop Up Archive startup that helps make podcasts searchable | iLounge News
Apple has acquired Pop Up Archive, a startup that specializes in technology that transcribes and organizes audio files to make them more searchable, Nieman Lab reports. The company is known for producing podcast search engine, which shut down on November 28 — possibly after being acquired by Apple. The deal comes on the heels of Apple announcing in-episode analytics for podcasts at some point after the release of iOS 11.
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Descript - Transcription and Audio Editing
Descript is the world's first audio word processor, letting you view and edit audio as text. Superpowers for anyone that works with voice audio.
audio  editing  transcription  tools  transcript  editor  interviews  voice  webapps 
9 weeks ago by ldom
Descript - Transcription and Audio Editing
Descript is the world's first audio word processor, letting you view and edit audio as text. Superpowers for anyone that works with voice audio.
voice  editor  transcript  audio 
9 weeks ago by reorx
Structural Regular Expressions
Showing how to implement in Perl with existing regex operators
perl  regex  plan9  presentation  transcript 
11 weeks ago by mechazoidal
The Link Between Roy Moore, George W. Bush and Voter Suppression - WhoWhatWhy
Worried about Russian hackers or other outsiders meddling in US elections? Arguably, the greatest threat to our democratic system comes not from the outside but from forces within our own two-party system that are trying, and often succeeding, to prevent American citizens from voting.
In this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast, Jeff Schechtman talks to journalist Greg Palast, author of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, about “caging” and “crosscheck” — two species of “dirty tricks” that are being used ever more frequently to suppress votes. While the primary practitioners have been Republicans, encouraged for years by Karl Rove, Palast explains that Democrats are using similar tricks to gain advantages in primary elections.
gov2.0  politics  election  podcast  transcript 
november 2017 by rgl7194
The Myth of a ‘Post-Racial’ America - WhoWhatWhy
Recent Elections Reaffirm Racial and Ethnic Politics
Ten years ago people actually talked about Americans living in a post-racial society. Not only did that not happen, but the US has moved even further from that ideal. If anything, the moral arc of racial justice has moved in the wrong direction.
The racial divide evident in this week’s election results showed that identity politics is still alive.
In this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast, Jeff Schechtman talks to Paul Kivel, social justice activist and nationally and internationally recognized anti-racism educator.
Kivel explains that when we talk about race, we tend to talk about individual acts of racism. But he sees that discussion as just a cover for the systemic racism that begins with a stolen land, continues with the slavery and exploitation of labor that built this country, and that still drives large sectors of its economy.
politics  gov2.0  racism  election  podcast  transcript 
november 2017 by rgl7194

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