AI, ML, and Automation in Streaming Video Workflows: What’s Possible?

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Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at 10:00am (PST)

The technology behind streaming is evolving, just as broadcast is evolving to streaming. As software development transforms from siloed, monolithic architectures to scalable, containerized microservices, new opportunities for enhanced functionality within the streaming workflow are appearing. Whether that’s employing AI and ML and the edge or implementing automation, such as ticket generation based on exceeding KPI thresholds, the future of the streaming technology stack seems to have no limits. In this webinar, we’ll explore the state of some of key technologies, such as AI, ML, and Edge Compute, and how they might be applied in the streaming workflow to improve operations, resiliency, and the viewer experience. Panelists will be announced shortly. This webinar will be moderated by Jason Thibeault, Executive Director of the Streaming Video Alliance.

Registration

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Topics Covered

The specific questions that will drive the panel discussion are still under development. Please check back shortly.

Participating Companies

The following are companies which have indicated participation but haven’t yet named a panelist.

Panelists

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Patrick Gendron (Director, Innovation at Harmonic)

Patrick Gendron is Director, Innovation at Harmonic for Digital Television applications. He joined
Harmonic with the acquisition of Thomson Video Networks. Patrick recently moved from managing the
Harmonic R&D Innovation team to the Marketing Innovation & Evangelism team and is Harmonic’s
representative at DASH IF, DVB TM, and Streaming Video Alliance. Previously, Patrick held senior
program and engineering management positions in the digital television headend domain, with
international R&D management activities.

Thomas Guionnet (Fellow Research Engineer at Ateme)

No bio available.

Patrick Gendron (Director, Innovation at Harmonic)

Patrick Gendron is Director, Innovation at Harmonic for Digital Television applications. He joined
Harmonic with the acquisition of Thomson Video Networks. Patrick recently moved from managing the
Harmonic R&D Innovation team to the Marketing Innovation & Evangelism team and is Harmonic’s
representative at DASH IF, DVB TM, and Streaming Video Alliance. Previously, Patrick held senior
program and engineering management positions in the digital television headend domain, with
international R&D management activities.

Thomas Guionnet (Fellow Research Engineer at Ateme)

No bio available.

Moderated by Jason Thibeault

Executive Director

Jason Thibeault is the Executive Director of the Streaming Video Alliance, a global association of companies collaborating to solve critical challenges in delivering a better streaming video experience and increasing adoption. Prior to this role, Jason spent eight years at Limelight Networks, a leading CDN, where he held several roles including product manager and marketing strategist. Jason is an inventor on multiple technical patents in the streaming industry and a proven entrepreneur. He is also a contributing editor to Streaming Media Magazine.

Other Alliance Webinars

As soon as this webinar has been completed, a video will be posted. Until then, you might find these other webinars interesting to watch after you’ve registered for this event!

About the Streaming Video Alliance

The Streaming Video Alliance is a global technical association addressing critical challenges in streaming video. By educating the industry on the technical nature of the issues, providing a neutral forum for collaboration across the video ecosystem, and publishing documentation that defines technical solutions, the Alliance is helping to improve the streaming video experience at scale. Over 75 companies including network operators, content rights holders, OTT platforms, service providers, and technology vendors – representing some of the biggest names in global streaming – participate in bi-weekly working group activities and quarterly face-to-face meetings. You can find out more about membership here.

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The Streaming Video Alliance is committed to bringing video streaming companies together to help build a better viewer experience at scale.

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