For better or worse, the pandemic served as the event kick-starting the current revolution in enterprise video. Remote work requirements during the COVID period prompted many workers to experiment with using video meeting solutions
for the first time. As more individuals have grown comfortable with video meetings, the natural next step for many has been to identify other ways to put video to work.
As video acceptance within the enterprise continues to expand, vendors are developing a range of new solutions infused with artificial intelligence capabilities that help workers to create and manage video in more effective ways.
Archived video, for instance, becomes more accessible and easier to navigate thanks to the integration of artificial intelligence capabilities. Automated speech-to-text solutions can create transcripts of videos that open the door to a range
of digital applications previously unavailable in the video realm.
Extracted text can be used to conduct content searches, enabling individuals to locate the right video passage quickly and easily. Likewise, the text can be fed into transcription engines, making it possible to create captions for video content in multiple languages.
The technologies combine to unlock information previously trapped in inaccessible video archives. Without automated AI solutions, knowledge embedded within a recorded video could be nearly impossible to find. With speech-to-text, that information not only becomes accessible, it becomes possible to surface it to workers around the globe.