In today’s rapidly changing world,
media agencies have to scan millions of data. In this repository of videos and
visuals, celebrities, people and objects should be labeled. This labeling
process is also called multimedia processing. Multimedia processing is
generally carried out by manpower. During this process, which is also called object
recognition, large manpower is employed. The images obtained by a very detailed
process are prepared to be transmitted to the necessary authorities. For example,
people, companies, and celebrities can wonder how often a famous politician
appears in what video, for how long, or in what photographs. This information
obtained is used during public relations and PR studies. Today, all these
operations are easily carried out with the help of artificial intelligence.
What is Object Recognition?
Object recognition with image processing enables the recognition of
people and objects by using artificial intelligence algorithms. In this way,
the persons and objects in the video and image contents are displayed on the
operator's screen if desired. At this point, the object or person being
searched is often determined using an image. The object or person defined
through the image is found by the object recognition application. As a result
of deep learning and object recognition, the image of the person or objects
searched automatically falls on the computer screen. In this way, there is no
need for personnel to search for an individual, manual objects, or persons for
long hours. Object recognition algorithms can recognize people despite
different attachments such as beard, age, glasses, mask, and accessory.
Multimedia classification is the name for classifying objects and persons
in a video or image under certain subject headings. Accordingly, advanced
artificial intelligence tools enable the labeling of previously defined people
and objects by performing video analysis. Multimedia tagging is frequently used
by media organizations that run corporate media archives. At the same time,
individual archivists, media organs, newspapers, news agencies, and universities
can use this system for various purposes.
You can easily perform your
multimedia labeling and object recognition operations with Papilon's unique
artificial intelligence algorithms.