InVideo Unveils New AI Technology Set To Change Video Editing Forever

A new frontier in AI is about to change the face of video editing forever.

It’s the first hands-free content creation tool on the planet that will revolutionize the film and video industry worldwide.

The very first voice assistant video editor not only recognizes your voice, but edits video, chooses your music, and personalizes your shorts without the need to touch a single button.

The revolutionary new AI tool mimics the speech and thought patterns of humans can now allow users to create videos without lifting a finger.

Created by Invideo it has taken the use of AI to a whole new level when it comes to content creation.

CEO of InVideo Sanket Shah told “We are excited to introduce a feature that will change the way our users edit their video on InVideo. It’s a one-of-a-kind AI video maker that will operate with voice command, thus making video editing possible without lifting a finger.”

IVA (Intelligent Video Assistant) can also define speed, as well as suggest the most relevant templates needed, doing all the thinking for you.

And as IVA gets to know her user, they can create voice commands she gets used to the sound and nuances of your interactions.

In fact, the platform means all the user has to do is tell IVA to suggest the best audio for their created video with a simple voice command such as, “Hey IVA, find me the best audio track for this promo video”, and their work is done. 

InVideo created IVA using the data of over 2 million users from over 195 countries, which they currently serve with their regular video creation service. 

It also has access to a creative of 10,000 font style choices, 10 platform preferences, and proficiency calculations.

The company has already rolled out a BETA version of its service.

Steve Gast, from Chicago, Illinois said: It’s so fast! This is such a crazy feature. It’s going to change the game.”

PrilaLoof who works with the AI Technology Division of InVideo said: “IVA works by using machine-learning algorithms and neural networking that are a direct copy of the human brain’s pathways.

“And the AI is continuously updating and growing as it has more and more users work through its voice to screen interface.”

InVideo has already seen some of its main competitors sign up to the launch of the new service.

This isn’t Invideo’s first groundbreaking launch – it was the world’s first watermark-free video editor that offered easier and quicker video creation.

The rollout is scheduled to finish at midday Indian Standard Time on April 1st.

For more information on IVA, and get on the waitlist, go to


Crusader Kings 3’s AI used to be excessively thirsty

Crusader Kings 3 places the major part in the seat of intensity, administering over a dynasty and endeavoring to spread their family’s impact past humble regions into ruling an empire. There are various approaches to this, including being a faithful ruler who depends on the pope, or raising a military to do war. Obviously, there’s another strategy: seduction and romance. Players who need to prevail upon an intense rival or produce a political alliance can set up a marriage, or they can mischievously allure another ruler and revel in the chaotic aftermath.

In the Crusader Kings 3 August Update on YouTube, the developers shared that they really needed to dial things back on the romance front, as it was feasible for seduction to turn wild.

So, during advancement, female rulers were essentially getting a nonstop run of notices as medieval Tinder swipes. There are likewise approaches to reverse the tables; Crusader Kings 3 permits players to establish uniformity across sexes or religions, or even make it so middle age Europe is comprised of a series of matriarchies. It’s behind the times, however in these interactivity saves, it would be dukes and rulers who ended up totally amassed by parched women and court visitors.

Indeed, even with these changes, there’s still a lot of room for romance and cheating-related carnage.


Google uncovers how it uses AI to predict traffic jams, propose best routes on Maps

Google in a new blog post subtleties how Maps uses AI to track and identify traffic jams, and proposes the most ideal routes to clients. Google Maps is accessible in more than 220 nations and regions where more than 1 billion kilometers are driven using it on a daily basis.

Google Maps is the most well known application for navigating pretty much anyplace. On the application, you can see forthcoming traffic jams on your route that is implied using red colour. Simultaneously, Google likewise recommends the most ideal routes you can take to arrive at your destination. To predict future traffic, Google said it examinations historical traffic patterns for streets after some time. Google at that point uses machine learning to combine the historical traffic patterns with real-time traffic conditions and predict future traffic.

Google said its traffic predictions have been “consistently accurate” for over 97% of excursions. To decrease significantly more errors, Google has banded together with DeepMind to use a machine learning called “Graph Neural Networks”. “This technique is what enables Google Maps to better predict whether or not you’ll be affected by a slowdown that may not have even started yet!” Google added. It also said that this method is already seeing “significant improvements” in regions, for example, Berlin, Jakarta, São Paulo, Sydney, Tokyo and Washington D.C.

Google in the blog post likewise features how it has updated Maps to deal with the abrupt change from when there was a half increment in traffic due to Covid-19, and how it’s step by step returning at this point. “To account for this sudden change, we’ve recently updated our models to become more agile—automatically prioritizing historical traffic patterns from the last two to four weeks, and deprioritizing patterns from any time before that,” Google said.

To find the most ideal routes factors like street quality, size and straightforwardness of the driveway are contemplated. Google additionally takes authoritative information from nearby governments for data on speed limits, tools and roadblocks. There’s additionally the occurrence report include on Google Maps that helps in the entire process.


The rise of the AI aggregator

WHATJOBS today announced the launch of its hugely successful job search engine in the USA. The service will be a scaled down version of its flagship product in the United Kingdom and will focus on the aggregation of all job types. Shane McGourty, Global Head of Sales had this to say “ Phase 1 has seen 1 million job adverts listed already, from entry-level positions to high-end professional jobs, so it won’t be long before we roll out the full product”.

Adil Rehman, Chief Technology Officer added “ WhatJobs will also leverage cloud-based technology from Google and machine learning & AI from Amazon to better cope with the US job market”. 

The company went on to say that WhatJobs will partner with various leading US job search platforms to enhance their offerings. Jobseekers will have a number of enhanced tools 

that will help them find the right jobs during a very challenging market in the aftereffect of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Alex McDowell Head of Global Traffic at What Digital says “ What makes the service interesting is that it’s rolling out its first layer of machine learning to better understand how various jobs are actually matched through practice but often go unfound due to variable job titles. It is kind of an educational website first and a job search second. 

McDowell continued “For instance, a search for “retail” could mean “retail associate” or “store clerk” or “store manager,” depending on how the employer wrote the job description initially. WhatJobs will compute these variables and make suggestions for you”. 

WhatJobs carried out market research before launching in the USA and reckon they know what makes the perfect user journey when looking for your next career move.

Version 1 is live now and phased updates are planned over the next 12 months with the promise to add more international locations in the near future.


Wuxi, China- The World’s New IoT and AI-Technology Hot Spot

As the hub of China’s internet of things sector, China’s Wuxi City has prioritized technological development to lead the city’s emerging strategic industries. According to the local government, the city’s IoT sector employs more than 180,000 people and encompasses 2,000-plus IoT companies. These companies generated a staggering 25% of China’s nation-wide IoT income. The growth began back in November 2009, when China’s State Council approved the Wuxi National Sensing Innovation Demonstration Park and marked the beginning of the city’s focus on the development of the IoT industry.

Highlighting Wuxi’s recent technological growth are two highly anticipated events; the 2019 World IoT Expo and the REWIRE: AI & Technology Conference, both of which take place in September 2019. 

The 2019 World Internet of Things Exposition (WIOT) is set to take place in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, from Sept 7 to 10. The 2019 edition of the event is expected to receive more than 10,000 guests from industrial, academic and political circles who will explore the hottest issues related to IoT, share their experiences in the IoT industry and analyze the development trends of the industry.

The REWIRE: AI & Tech event series also serves Wuxi’s IoT industry, yet is focused on the future overlap of AI and Iot, Artificial Intelligence and their future impact on pillar industries. Taking place two-weeks after the IoT world expo, the upcoming REWIRE: Education event will examine AI’s influence on the education industry – specifically the advantages AI will offer to learners, the trajectory of school technology use, the impact on the multi-billion dollar education industry, and solutions for educational institutions to ensure future success & profitability in a rapidly changing business climate. 

Both events employ top-notch guest speakers, including renowned Chinese IoT and artificial intelligence experts, CEOs from China’s leading tech companies, entrepreneurs & professionals, and industry specialists from top international educational institutions.

For more information on Wuxi’s upcoming IoT and AI-Tech events, visit:

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How Google is Using AI and Big Data to make Travel Better

Google has been quietly rolling new tools for travelers, since its acquisition of ITA matrix software eight years back, the changes have some amazing features. By any chances google might be making domination in the travel space, the potentiality to disrupt the hospitality and travel sector with the similar approach to amazons run retail and more recently grocery.

If you look at how Amazon grew to the retail immensely today, Google is trying its best to take dominance in the market place as it enters into travels. Google compared to Amazon has on its hand customers across the world since it knows where they are away from home.

Gmail is playing a great role as a flight and reservation for Google, the unique features of Google are to cater for consumer’s best travels from the time they decide to take a trip. Google gives a better description of the planned trip to the traveler compared to Amazon features.

Although there might be some disruptions, some questions arise on how airlines and hospitality sectors can stay relevant without the great data of the huge tech, airlines and hotels have started disabling their raw information and deploying AI making it a legal ground, though there is a lot of ground left to cover.

Airlines are planning to deal with major AI problems over the next three consecutive years aiming to leverage AI to foresee and warning systems, there are many ways airlines can leverage AI to increase the customer experience and differentiate from other rivals.

On the other hand, hotels are embracing AI making the customer experience better. though Google is trying to make better traveling there is one advantage travel companies outweighs it, this is their physical location touch points this means that face to face interaction gives them different opportunities to make experiences not fictions to their customers.

It is upon Google to initiate a new strategy on how they will be buying physical airlines and hotels to go hand in hand with what Amazon is doing with its purchases of whole food. The key thing for google is to master a stable data now to keep from missing the lane.