Media & Entertainment

From machine learning that renders the most lifelike virtual creatures in seconds, to natural language processing that localizes content for audiences around the world in a fraction of the time, AI is speeding media creation and delivery to multiple platforms in the most visually rich and personalized way yet. AI is also creating new avenues for media companies to save money and offer new services, using image recognition to better index valuable content archives for licensing. It can even help build models that predict end user interest in related content and drive future purchases.

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Ziva Dynamics

Ziva Dynamics is empowering creative teams with AI to make movie magic for major motion pictures like Pacific Rim Uprising, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Ghostbusters (2016), and Suicide Squad. The software firm is using machine learning algorithms on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and Intel-optimized frameworks to vastly improve productivity, get more out of their compute, and shorten creative iterations while enabling next-level computer-generated character models. Intel’s portfolio of hardware and software for AI is helping Ziva to accelerate production and reduce costs. Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors enabled Ziva to achieve a more than 2,000% capacity increase in simulation compute times for virtual creatures in one demo the firm created for the 2018 Sundance film festival.

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