#科技头条#【AI技术新应用:让夫妻找到一起看视频的理由】

#科技头条#【AI技术新应用:让夫妻找到一起看视频的理由】由谷歌前员工Bryan Adams创立的公司MightyTV推出其APP,采用机器学习等技术可收集Facebook上10位以上好友推荐的视频并智能匹配“最想看的视频” 。该公司不仅仅希望解决个人视频喜好问题,而是希望解决夫妻、小组等观看视频的问题。因为根据目前的访谈情况,很多夫妻不再一起电视因为已缺乏。该系统目前可推荐11000个视频,可随着时间推移数量有所增加,且其智能水平会随着匹配次数增加通过机器学习方式获得提升。

Tinder for TV: AI swiping app can recommend shows based on what you like and what your friends are watching

  • Understands preference after about 100 swipes
  • Gather's recommendations from friends via Facebook
  • 'Mashup' lets users combine opinions by swiping into collective playlist

First you could swipe until you found a romantic match and now you can swipe until you find the perfect film.

MightyTV has launched a new app that gives users the ability to 'swipe away the frustration of what to watch next'.

Powered by machine learning and collaborative personalization mechanism, an AI matches users with movies and television shows based on their personal preferences, as well as their friends'.

This app is the brainchild of an ex-Google employee, Bryan Adams, who has been dabbling with ways to solving the issues surrounding discovery.

His new venture, MightyTV, aims to help users discover and stream the best flicks and television shows with just a few swipes of the finger.

The app currently offers 11,000 videos in its searchable inventory, but it is looking to add more as time progresses. And just like Tinder, MightyTV members are given one piece of video content at time and swipe to like to or left to give it a thumbs down

Movie enthusiasts log in their personal preferences by swiping through titles and the app gathers your friend's opinion through Facebook 'so you spend less time searching, and more time streaming stuff you love', says the firm.

The service currently offers 11,000 videos in its searchable inventory, but it is looking to add more as time progresses.

And just like Tinder, MightyTV members are given one piece of video content at time and swipe right to like to or left to give it a thumbs down.

MightyTV's algorithm also grows a little smarter with each swipe and can learn preference after about 100 of them, according to Adams.

MightyTV doesn't stream the films or programs to your device, but it does link with other apps such as Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, HBO Go, Showtime and Cinemax. When you do find the movie of your dreams, the app will list the places where you can watch it

However, this service doesn't stream films or programs to your device, it links with other apps such as Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, HBO Go, Showtime and Cinemax to let you know where to find your next show or film.

This might sound similar to Netflix, but the California-based streaming service uses super-granular genre-based suggestions, like 'goofy dance musical' and 'coming-of-age animal tales.

MightyTV creates a more personal experience with profiles based on behavior and taste – not categories.

The new app isn't throwing genres out the window, but aims to be predictive about a users' wants, rather than basing suggestions on what was previously watched.

'We're not trying to figure out if you love rom coms and then hit you with a lot of rom coms,' Adams told AdexChanger.

'We're trying to create an individual taste profile for each person who uses us.'

The firm isn't just trying to make a single user happy, it's also looking to solve the problems couples and groups choosing have when agreeing on what to watch.

Dubbed Mashup, the feature allows up to 10 people to combine opinions by swiping into a collective video playlist that displays suggestions that are relevant to everyone's viewing choices.

'One insight that came out of our user interviews is that a lot of couples have stopped watching together because they can't agree on what to watch,' Adams said.

'One person might be watching on their phone with their headphones on and the other person is lying on the bed watching TV.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3538690/Tinder-TV-AI-swiping-app-recommend-shows-based-like-friends-watching.html


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