The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging some industries, while creating great opportunity for others. Global quarantine creates a desire to escape and connect, an unprecedented opportunity for the gaming industry.
Despite females now comprising nearly half of all U.S. gamers (46% according to the Entertainment Software Association), surging video game advertiser spend during COVID-19 is being led by ads that appeal overwhelmingly to young males.
People often confuse and conflate “facial coding” with “facial recognition.” That’s understandable, as both rely on AI and computer vision technology.
Our thoughts and feelings drive our decisions, from the smallest ones, like what to watch on TV, to bigger ones like who to vote for.
The end of the football season is nigh. The finals of the Europa League and Champions League this week will bring down the curtain on a football season that will live long in the memory.
Finding something decent to watch on the telly can be challenging. But while channel-hopping the seemingly endless array of boring reality shows, cooking features and programmes showing people watching other programmes you occasionally stumble upon genuine TV gold.
Improved Classification System Surpasses Major Technology Providers and Academic Benchmarks For Facial Coding
As COVID-19 drives uncertainty, anxiety and sickness across the world, one would hope that TV public service announcements (PSAs) from major government and health organizations would resonate with people.