Computer vision technologies are widely used in the present time, especially in robotics. Over the past few years, home robots that are designed to facilitate everyday life became very popular all over the world.Read more
Before the development of the global InvariVersum service the InvariMatch primary search engine has worked only with the direct links to video files. We added the ability to download videos from popular video hosting sites (YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and others) to InvariVersum in May 2018.
In 2016, one of our customers needed to install InvariMatch in a cluster of several machines. The API and web interface were installed on only one machine, but processing involved all the machines in the cluster. The system worked well after installation, but in early 2017 we detected a problem.
On July 9, 2016, the InvariVision team took part in the Eastern European Computer Vision Conference (EECVC).
InvariVision company launched a new product called InvariVersum in August 2018. It is a video database where users first add their videos and can then search for the video or its parts among the other already uploaded into the database. InvariVersum is still under development and will be improved on. However, ordinary users, copyright protection agencies, copyright holders, publishers, and journalists can already use InvariVersum technology free of charge.
Dmitriy Yeremeyev , a co-founder of the InvariVision project, spoke about the new frame-by-frame video recognition technology have been developed by the company. What is its trait and why is it better than the Fingerprint technology that lies in a foundation of YouTube’s Content ID?
One of the most controversial copyright law will take effect in 2019. Article 13 of the new EU Copyright Directive, first published in June 2018, made people panic about the future death of YouTube and the ban of memes. What will change in the copyright protection on the Internet, and what do major players think about this?
Almost from the very beginning, YouTube was one of the most popular platforms for pirated video content. When YouTube creators gave the opportunity to bloggers to get paid for displaying ads, the issue of copyright became even more acute. That is why the Content ID algorithm was created.
There are no people in the world who has never used pirated content – be it an unlicensed version of Photoshop, a movie uploaded on torrents or Vkontakte music. For those authors, for whom their creativity is primarily a business, piracy is real harm, because of which they lost half of their profits every year.
We have added 3 days archive for each TV channel. It’s much easier to check how recognition works and what was shown on a channel before and after recognized films. The archive can be accessed for each channel from the list of channels.