Sony has unveiled a new lineup of Bravia TVs that “mimic the human brain” to replicate how we see and hear. The devices use a new processing method that Sony calls “cognitive intelligence.” The company says it goes beyond standard AI to create an immersive visual and sound experience: While conventional AI can only detect and analyze picture elements like color, contrast, and detail individually, the new Cognitive Processor XR can cross-analyze an array of elements at once, just as our brains do. By doing so, each element is adjusted to its best final outcome, in conjunction with each other, so everything is… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Sony
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Nearly four years after it first launched video ads, Amazon Advertising has released a tool in its DSP to help advertisers create video content without any video assets. “The process is quick, easy, free and does not require any prior production resources and design expertise,” said Abbas Fazalbhoy, senior product marketing manager, on the ecommerce…
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Workers who communicate with their colleagues mainly through videoconferencing are far less effective at building relationships than when the communication is done face-to-face, according to a study we recently completed and just submitted for peer review. We also found two important ways employees can overcome the downside of video meetings.Read Full Story