Artificial Intelligence is here to stay; much like the way blockchain technology has been hijacked and eclipsed by the frantic rise and fall of cryptocurrency, so too has AI been prematurely blasted from the over-zealous scattergun of emergent technology and hyped as the next big thing before it has reached …Continue reading »
Whilst wandering through the once vibrant and bustling ghost town of DAM innovation, I recently came across an interesting little nugget caught amongst the tumbleweeds. Strangely familiar, yet subtly different from its common predecessors, 2dSearch is a project that’s aiming to resurrect the mother of unused features – the …Continue reading »
Peter Flood, CEO of AIDA Content Management, has recently published an article on LinkedIn entitled The Value of Accurate and Precise In-Frame Metadata or Dealing with the Current Impenetrable Fog of AI, in which he ponders the current state of AI within DAM and the possible negative effect …Continue reading »
For the more imaginative, concepts such as mistrust in government, document tampering and questionable provenance might conjure up scenes from The Ipcress Files, JFK or tales of cold war espionage and conspiracy. However, amidst the saturation of our information channels with fake news and a growing trend towards truth by …Continue reading »
Against the backdrop of hype, promise and innovation, real-world adoption of blockchain technology has been markedly slow. While many businesses and organisations have shown a willingness to learn more about distributed ledger technology (DLT), the overwhelming array of available options (many of which appear to offer the same thing), has …Continue reading »
A genre that’s become as tenacious as its undead agitators, the zombie movie has been with us for over half a century now. In comparison, innovation within the DAM sector appears to have already reached the rigor mortis stage and the whiff of decomposing imagination is beginning to wrinkle the …Continue reading »
Nora Gehin, from Digital Asset Management vendor Widen has recently published an article pitting file-sharing platforms such as Dropbox and Google Drive against dedicated DAM systems. It’s an argument that – aside from being overcooked – consistently manages to over-simplify the comparison and fails to identify the core underlying differences …Continue reading »
Crypto news website CryptoSlate have recently published an article ‘Introduction to Bytom (BTM) – A Digital Asset Layer Protocol’. Bytom’s mission statement, outlined in their whitepaper, is “to bridge the atomic world and the byte world, to build a decentralized network where various byte assets and atomic …Continue reading »
Marketing and asset management outfit Aprimo have recently announced a couple of innovations for content marketers and creatives: a rather unimaginatively named ideation tool called ‘Idea Lab’, and the Article Editor, which ‘enables content marketers to support text-based content along with rich media content in one single, easy-to-use interface’.
Aprimo’s …Continue reading »
Media solutions outfit IPV has just announced the release of a new version of its asset management system. Presented as an all-in-one media asset management suite, Curator 2.0 is due to be showcased at the 2018 NAB show in Las Vegas.
I’m not overly keen on name-dropping as it often …Continue reading »
An interesting little nugget has recently appeared on the Coindesk blog, entitled ‘In 10 Years We Won’t Have Blockchains’. Its author, and Vice President for blockchain at Talla.com, Will Murphy, posits that the term ‘blockchain’ will no longer be meaningful in the future. He begins by summarising the …Continue reading »
Evolphin have recently published a press release outlining a new version of their Zoom Media Asset Management (MAM) solution. Now in its seventh year, this latest release represents a comprehensive and mature platform equally suited to content creators, marketing departments and publishing outfits, and aims to manage the total lifecycle …Continue reading »