IBC Accelerator: AI Automated Video Shot Listing - Summary
This is a summary of the Accelerator session the AI-assisted Shot Listing Accelerator project, which aims to exploit AI to fully automate the process of producing raw and edited content shot lists for news agencies and broadcasters.
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