It doesn’t matter if you love hockey, basketball or soccer. Thanks to the internet, there’s never been a better time to be a sports fan.
But editing together so many social media clips, long-form YouTube highlights and other videos from global sporting events is no easy feat. So how are all of these craveable video packages made?
Auto-magical video solutions help. And by auto-magical, of course, we mean powered by AI.
On this episode of the AI Podcast, host Noah Kravitz spoke with Amos Berkovich, algorithm group leader at WSC Sports, maker of an AI cloud platform that enables over 200 sports organizations worldwide to generate personalized and customized sports videos automatically and in real time.
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