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Wazee Digital is incorporating Veritone's proprietary platform of advanced cognitive engines and artificial intelligence (AI) applications into the mix for its clients.

wazee digital 14 sept 2017The new alliance will allow Wazee Digital Core customers to use Veritone's AI technology for automated metadata extraction and analysis, including speech-to-text transcription, face recognition, translation, object recognition, content moderation and optical character recognition.

“We're pleased to partner with Wazee Digital, particularly in the media and entertainment space, a market in which we both have domain expertise and demonstrated abilities to identify opportunities and deliver improved business efficiencies for our clientele,” said Ryan Steelberg, co-founder and president of Veritone. “This new relationship will give Core customers the power to enrich their owned and earned content easily and intelligently, in ways not possible until now.”

Core is Wazee Digital's cloud-native digital asset management solution, which serves as the foundation for all of the company's services and capabilities. The Veritone platform can be integrated into Core customers' workflows to correlate and transform both structured and unstructured data in a seamless manner via AI, at scale.

“We're always striving to add features and technology that make our customers' lives easier, which is why we're so pleased to collaborate with a recognised leader in AI technology with proven success in media and entertainment. This partnership lets us focus on what we do best — media asset management and automated workflows — while a single integration point with Veritone allows us to leverage AI more effectively than we could before,” said Andy Hurt, senior vice president of marketing and business development at  Wazee Digital. “The Veritone Platform will make it possible for Wazee customers to unlock previously unknown moments within their vast motion archives in a much more cost-effective and timely manner than manually tagging film and video assets.”