Pepper, un nouveau robot créé au Japon par SoftBank, possède une allure de jouet mais arbore toutefois une qualité bien humanoïde, celle de l'empathie. Il est reconnu comme étant le premier "robot émotionnel"
In a move that is symbolic of bigger shifts taking place in the nature of media, the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau is leaving the cable TV behind to become the Video Advertising Bureau. The change -- which is more than a reboot and a name change, but a reincorporation with new bylaws and a new mission to promote the value of video programming and advertising derived from the major TV networks -- makes the VAB the primary player for the so-called "TV video" marketplace.
Apple uses machine learning to make its products and services smarter, more intuitive, and more personal. The company is investing heavily in the study of machine learning and automation, and is excited about the potential of automated systems in many areas, including transportation.
How many news alerts will you tolerate on your smartphone's lockscreen? Which organizations do you get them from? And what types of alerts do you prefer? News Alerts and the Battle for the Lockscreen, a new report by Nic Newman for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism...
Boutique Média est un « spin off » du modèle de monétisation publicitaire du magazineVoir, qui permet aux annonceurs de payer la publicité en cartes-cadeaux revendues en ligne par le média à son auditoire
When NBC and Fox got together 10 years ago to create Hulu, they offered customers something they’d never had before: last night’s TV shows available over the internet for free. It presaged the future of TV -- online and on-demand, no VCR or DVR required.
Parse.ly has raised $5 million for its platform to do analysis of web site data that does natural language processing (NLP) to define semantic relationships in data, primarily for digital media companies.
Netflix and Amazon’s video streaming services could be forced to devote “at least” 20 per cent of their catalogues to European films and TV shows as part of an overhaul of the EU’s broadcasting rules. Under a Brussels plan to be unveiled next week,
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