Veritone added AI functionality translates over 100 languages

Veritone® Inc. (NASDAQ:VERI), a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) based solutions, has introduced extensive language translation support for virtually any type of media, including audio and video files, emails and text documents, within Relativity®, kCura´s e-discovery software that helps organizations worldwide manage and analyze large volumes of unstructured data, the company said.

With the Veritone Media Player, Relativity users can now employ machine translation for over 100 languages, including Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish, for evidentiary media. The Veritone Media Player also now incorporates Relativity´s Structured and Conceptual Analytics for expedited and efficient discovery of content and key topics.

Initially integrated into the Relativity Ecosystem at the beginning of 2017, Veritone unlocks the power of AI-based cognitive computing, enabling unstructured evidentiary media such as audio and video files to be processed, transformed, and analyzed to generate truly actionable intelligence. The platform can render every second and frame of audio and video content searchable for things like words, phrases, faces, sentiment, and voice identification. Veritone now also provides machine translation, in addition to its existing redaction and transcription capabilities, to produce an index of the processed data within minutes — a process that as recently as 2015 could take thousands of hours.

Veritone, Inc. is an artificial intelligence company that has developed the Veritone Platform, which unlocks the power of AI-based cognitive computing to transform and analyze unstructured public and private audio and video data for clients in the media, politics, legal and law enforcement industries. The open platform integrates an ecosystem of best-of-breed cognitive engines and powerful applications, which are orchestrated together to reveal valuable, multivariate insights from users´ data.