MPAI launches 6 standard projects on audio, genomics, video, AI framework, multiuser online gaming and multimodal conversation

Moving Picture, Audio and Data Coding by Artificial Intelligence (MPAI) has adopted 6 areas of work, due to become standardisation projects. MPAI-CAE – Context-based Audio Enhancement is an area that uses AI to improve the user experience for a variety of uses such as entertainment, communication, teleconferencing, gaming, post-production, restoration etc. in such contexts as […]

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What is MPAI going to do?

Moving Picture, Audio and Data Coding by Artificial Intelligence – MPAI – has been devised as an international non-profit organisation with the mission to take over the baton from old-style compression to the new AI-based compression . This will take compression performance to new levels, extend the benefits of compression to all industries beset by […]

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A new organisation dedicated to data compression standards based on Artificial Intelligence

Geneva, 30 September 2020. Today, Moving Picture, Audio and Data Coding by Artificial Intelligence – MPAI – has been established as an international non-profit organisation in Geneva, Switzerland, at a conference call attended by 33 members from 15 countries. One driving force behind MPAI is the need to have an organisation, responsive to industry needs, […]

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Leaving FRAND for good

Home Fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) is the combination of adjectives that have been commonly used to indicate the way patent holders intended to licence their technologies in standards produced by many standardisation bodies and industry fora. Decades ago, these adjectives were easily applicable to a standard. When JVC submitted their VHS cassette recording system […]

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MPAI – do we need it?

http://www.mpai.community/ Introduction Sunday last week I launched the idea of MPAI – Moving Picture, Audio and Data Coding by Artificial Intelligence – an organisation with the twofold goal of 1) developing Technical Specifications of coded representation of moving pictures, audio and data, especially using artificial intelligence and 2) bridging the gap between technical specifications and […]

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