Providing a value-add to the academic sector has been a focus for May and June, with several schools across the US piloting our services. We’re proud to pioneer this use of natural language processing to assist students achieve their potential in 2021. If you want to get involved in the pilot, please reach out!
We’re working with several educational institutions this month to assist in remote learning for their students to navigate their learning journey through the global pandemic.
Audalog has hit a huge milestone, hitting 20 million keywords that can all be searched via our Search page, covering 416,000 minutes of media, featuring a total of over 1000 guests. We’ve also been keeping busy with back-end development; visualisations of our entire data-set will be featured in the coming months and API dev is on track.
A number of medium-sized European based legal organisations are now onboarded into the Audalog eco-system; to assist with the archiving and rapid retrieval of records to assist in the filing process. Daily; over 100 staff members in each organisation are saving significant time in finding what they want, in an instant.
With API development in flight, we have engaged with our first large media organisation to use our platform for content research and generation for the remainder of this year.
We’re kicking off the new year with expanding our service offering, to make our AI solution available via API Integration. Stay tuned…
Our platform has been refreshed and enhanced to ensure we work well on any device you have, anywhere on the planet. We’ve also added several more productions for you to explore, and added another million words or so – we will finish out the year hitting over 13 million in total.
Happy Christmas everyone!
Audalog is now supporting over 16 media platforms. After last month’s additions, our catalog has hit 11 million words. We will be building on this, and reaching out to more content creators to get involved this month!
October is podcast month for Audalog! During the month, we’ll be making available entire catalogs of some of the best comedy, science and business podcasts. If you want your pod covered, drop us a line via our contact page.
Now with over 146 hours of content to search within the MIT projects page; 3 more modules have been made available, along with 2 recommended comedy specials.
We’re continuing with our MIT project to expand the courses available on the site, with 2 new modules to explore: an Introduction to Neural Computation, and Cryptocurrency Engineering and Design. Joe List’s Comedy Central special “I Hate Myself” has also been added.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. With this material, we have processed our first course from them – Blockchain and Money, instructed by Professor Gary Gensler.
A comedy specials category has been added to our site! Here we will be posting your favourite comedians specials for our users to deep-dive into! If there’s any comic you’d like us to add, please contact us at [email protected].
We’re delighted to collaborate with Flux; a political movement which aims to replace the world’s elected legislatures with a new system known as issue-based direct democracy. If you want to learn more, please visit their YouTube channel contents below, as processed by us.
To demonstrate our service offering to you; we have processed over 4000 hours of audio and video of one of the world’s most popular longform podcasts – The Joe Rogan Experience. Click the image below to explore the first 10 years of the JRE!