The second article of the AppTek Accessibility Series covers the history of closed captioning and the legislation surrounding it.Read More
The first article of the AppTek Accessibility Series focuses on the state of closed captioning today and a recent petition requesting the FCC set objective, technology-neutral standards for live captioning.Read More
As audiovisual content is rapidly expanding across the globe, the need for accessing and localising such content is also increasing. AppTek’s scientists invest significant time and resources training machine learning models specifically on broadcast media and entertainment content, including millions of subtitle data points across a wide array of languages. This enables AppTek to deliver more accurate and syntactically pleasing automated subtitles which provide a significant jump-start to the subtitling workflow.Read More
Concussions are a hot topic, given recent discussions about football and the consequences of repeated head injuries for athletes. The problem extends well beyond professional-level sports to college and even high school sports that involve serious physical contact. Of course non-athletes also sustain head injuries, such as from falling down or other accidents.Read More
We’re very excited for next week’s NAB Show in Las Vegas. AppTek will be showcasing some ground-breaking advances that will bring major benefits to the media and entertainment community.Read More
AppTek provides an artificial intelligence and machine learning-based automatic speech recognition, machine translation and natural language understanding platform for organizations in a variety of markets, such as media and entertainment, call centers, government, enterprise business and others across the globe. Available via the cloud or on-premise, AppTek delivers the highest quality real-time streaming and batch speech technology solutions in the industry. Featuring scientists and research engineers who are recognized amongst the best and most experienced in the world, the company’s solutions cover a wide array of languages, dialects, and channels.