This Can Make Your Library Content Search Easier


Picture this: Your assignment editor for the nightly newscast needs images of people eating pizza, or perhaps President Biden eating pizza.

How difficult could that task be? A new partnership between Mobius Labs and Nomad Media is designed to make it easier.

“The AI is being used to recognize objects in video imagery to make searching for content easier and faster when cutting a story,” a spokesperson for Mobius tells the Weekly Tech Roundup from RBR+TVBR.

For Berlin, Germany-based Mobius, the link-up with Nomad Media sees the integration’s next-generation AI-powered metadata with Nomad’s intuitive cloud-based content and asset management platform for on demand and live video.



“The partnership between Nomad Media and Mobius Labs ushers in a new Artificial Intelligence era where powerful video and image analysis along with speech to text conversion is the foundation of every content catalogue,” said Adam Miller, co-founder and CEO of Nomad Media. “This truly democratizes the use of AI powered services so organizations of all sizes can have discovery, deep search and auto curation of content catalogues and programming. In addition, this new AI powered catalogue foundation will future proof an organization’s content for emerging and innovative new AI services.”

Appu Shaji, CEO and Chief Scientist at Mobius Labs, added, “Forward-thinking media and broadcasting companies around the world are leveraging AI metadata technology to streamline their workflows and productively manage their content archives. Through our partnership with Nomad, they will now have access to powerful new tools that enable them to maximize monetization opportunities for their content.”