In recent years, the development of artificial intelligence and various neural networks has reached a fundamentally new level. Not only can you use them to edit photos and improve their quality, but now they have also created a special service that allows you to find individual moments in Apple presentations by keywords. You might think that this is a pointless thing, but in our work we have to refer to Apple events quite often. However, it is very difficult to find a moment on the go, and you have to scroll through the video slowly, which takes a lot of time.
Thanks to this kind of search, you can quickly find the right moment by keywords and immediately go to video on YouTube and start browsing from the right place. We have tested context search on ourselves and tell how it works and what data you can find with it.
Search video by words
Website for finding moments in Apple presentations is part of the Context search platform, which is based on artificial intelligence. Its essence lies in the fact that you can find any moment in large collections of audio and video content. The developers themselves say about their platform that they have ambitious plans:
To test this technology in Context, we decided to use all presentations and presentations by Applesince 1983. This is a fairly large number of speeches, so we can say that artificial intelligence is already doing serious work to give a result.
If you want to try the search for yourself, then you need to do the following:
- Go to context search engine website.
- In the search bar, enter the query you are interested in. For example, I decided to look for a fragment of the presentation, which introduced the iPad 2 – my very first Apple tablet.
- Click Search.
- To see the very first mention of the phrase you are interested in, you need to change the order in which the search results are displayed to Newest Last.
- If you, on the contrary, need the most recent mentions, then leave Newest First.
- Click on the fragment you need, and you will immediately be transferred to YouTube to the selected moment in the video.
Please note that the search results are shown to you as whole phrases. They can be immediately used for some of their purposes. That is, Context, in fact, conducts video transcript and provides you with the finished text. In some situations, this is very convenient. It is possible that you do not need the video itself, but it is the text version of the presentation that is interesting. The main thing is to enter the right keywords for the search.
Search for video fragments
Apparently, the developers are interested in the successful development of their search engine and are ready to listen to user feedback and advice. On the profile branch of Reddit one of the developers said that they are open to feedback, and the capabilities of the search engine will continue to expand. Apart from Apple presentationskeywords in the following popular shows are available for search:
- Computer Clan.
- Mr. Beast.
- The Fighter and The Kid.
- My First Million.
- Best of Warren Buffett.
- Marques Brownlee.
- Rich Roll.
- The Breakfast Club.
- The Knowledge Project.
- My Favorite Murder.
- The Daily Stoic Podcast.
- Lovett or Leave It.
- The 20 Most-Watched TED Talks.
- The Tim Dillon Show.
- Pod Save America.
- Best of Elon Musk.
- The Making Sense Podcast.
- Tim Ferriss.
- The Lex Fridman Podcast.
- Huberman Lab.
- This Week in Startups.
- The All-in Podcast.
All of them can be found on context search engine homepage. Personally, I was interested in video search technology observer Marcus Brownlie. His reviews are usually quite informative and very well-made, so being able to easily find some fragments in his videos will help a lot. To take advantage video fragment search MKBHDyou need to do the following:
- Go to page search for Marques Brownlee video clips.
- Enter your query. For example, I decided to find an iPhone 14.
- Select the desired option from the search results, and you will immediately be transferred to YouTube to the part of the video where the phrase you are looking for was last mentioned.
- If you change the sorting of search results by oldest, you can see that the first time the iPhone 14 was mentioned was in a video as far back as January 6, 2022.
Finding such information on your own would be almost impossible. I would have to revise a huge number of videos, and conditional Google would hardly have helped to find out. Here, all the data is practically at a glance. The main thing is to correctly formulate the request, and artificial intelligence will do everything for you. The same can be done with Elon Musk’s phrases and other famous people for whom the Context developers have set up a search. Now it will be very easy to find the information you need without having to scour social networks.
Source: AppleInsider.ru — крупнейший сайт о iPhone, iPad, Mac в России by appleinsider.ru.
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