April 3, 2018
As part of the Next-Generation Media Technologies education track at the upcoming NAB Show in Las Vegas, a half-day conference produced by Rochelle Winters will examine the latest trends in Machine Intelligence and Content Creation (Tuesday, April 10, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm). The program will examine how studios, creative service companies and filmmakers are using machine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence to help produce content. Leading technologists, production execs and content creators will share the latest research and case studies involving machine intelligence.
The program will address how machine intelligence can boost productivity, efficiencies and creativity in production planning, animation, visual effects, editorial, post production and localization.
Sessions in North Hall 257 will feature the following discussions:
- The Evolution of Content Production Aided by Machine Learning (9:00-9:25), Usman Shakeel, Amazon Web Services
- Optimizing Production with Neural Networks (9:25-9:40), Jean Bolot, Technicolor
- How Machine Intelligence is Transforming Editorial (9:40-10:20), Todd Burke, Adobe; Norman Hollyn, USC School of Cinematic Arts
- New Frontiers in Animation and Computer Graphics (10:40-11:00), Rick Grandy, Nvidia
- From Dailies to Master: Machine Intelligence Comes to Video Workflows (11:00-11:40), Weyron Henriques, Deluxe Technology; Barbara Ford Grant, HBO; Adrian Graham, Google; Kylee Peña, Netflix
- The Future of Content with Machine Intelligence (11:40-12:00), Jeff Kember, Google Cloud