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Search Engines of the Future: The Pharos project: Track 1

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The volume of stored information is growing exponentially and an increasing share is audio-visual content. This content drives the demand for new services, making audio-visual search one of the major challenges for organisations and businesses today. The Open University is one of fifteen European partners in The Pharos project which aims to advance audio-visual search using an integrated search platform paradigm.

By: The iTunes U team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 10 mins
  • Updated Thursday 29th October 2009
  • Introductory level
  • Posted under Computing & ICT
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Track 1: Future technologies: The Pharos project

This track demonstrates some of the ways in which the Pharos project is advancing audiovisual search engines, we take a closer look at photo recognition software.


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1 Future technologies: The Pharos project    This track demonstrates some of the ways in which the Pharos project is advancing audiovisual search engines, we take a closer look at photo recognition software. Play now Future technologies: The Pharos project