Thinkglue Challenges YouTube Search With Its New Multimedia Semantic Engine

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Thinkglue just released a semantic video engine to extract actionable knowledge from videos and is enabling a number of new business scenarios across the digital space.

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Thinkglue, a new start up based at the Google Technology Center in London, has just released a beta version of their patent pending semantic video discovery engine to a restricted number of customers who are now seeing better monetization of their media assets.

The Thinkglue engine breaks down a video into several parts and performs a deep semantic analysis of pictures, audio tracks, and text. It then automatically extracts IAB compliant tags for video advertising networks, it generates a Google-compliant XML description of a video to increase search relevance and organic traffic, it creates timed closed captions and additional advanced properties such as video sentiment and flags to detect child inappropriate content.

The team behind the engine recently received seeding funds and boosts 40+ scientific publications, 3 patents filed, PhDs in Semantic and Media data analysis, and a management team with a past experience with Microsoft. The company is about to start another funding round and is already in contact with a number of European investors.

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