YouTube’s AI collaboration with DeepMind on video compression and AutoChapters is described.

Alphabet’s artificial intelligence unit is tasked with using its numerous breakthroughs to enhance Google goods in addition to conducting research. The three areas where AI research has improved the YouTube experience are highlighted by DeepMind in today’s detailed report.

Since 2018, DeepMind and YouTube have collaborated on a label quality model (LQM) that more precisely determines which films adhere to advertiser-friendly standards and are eligible for ad display.

We’ve shown an average bitrate reduction of 4% over a huge, varied collection of videos since starting production on a portion of YouTube’s live traffic.

DeepMind begins by describing how their MuZero AI model helps optimize video compression in the free and open-source VP9 codec, referring to YouTube as one of its important partners. more information and instances can be found here .

Our MuZero Rate-Controller (MuZero-RC) can decrease bitrate without compromising quality since it learns the dynamics of video encoding and determines the optimal way to distribute bits.

DeepMind most recently developed AutoChapters, which are now accessible for 8 million videos. Over the coming year, this feature will be expanded to more than 80M automatically created chapters.

We created AutoChapters with the assistance of the YouTube Search team. The chapter segments and timestamps are first generated using a two-step process by a transformer model. The chapter titles are then generated using a multimodal model capable of interpreting text, visual, and audio data.

DeepMind has previously worked on enhancing data center cooling, Play Store suggestions, and Google Maps ETA predictions.
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