Automatic Captions and Automatic Timing in Youtube

November 4, 2009 by · Comments Off on Automatic Captions and Automatic Timing in Youtube
Filed under: YouTube 

With Google’s constant search for various innovations and improvements, another amazing advancement for YouTube had been recently launched which uses Automatic Speech Recognition technology to generate captions. Google added automatic captions in YouTube to help anyone who is deaf, hearing-impaired or having difficulty understanding foreign languages. Captions are not only useful for deaf people but… Read More

The Pope Is On YouTube

January 26, 2009 by · Comments Off on The Pope Is On YouTube
Filed under: YouTube 

It is interesting how internet technology brings everyone closer, for the Pope, the leader of Roman Catholic Church is now, I say, also into social networking.  On January 21st, the Vatican opened their dedicated YouTube channel, and was announced in Google’s official blog and YouTube blog on the 23rd. According to Father Lombardi, “This initiative is… Read More

What’s up with Google?

May 1, 2008 by · Comments Off on What’s up with Google?
Filed under: Analytics, Calendar, Docs, Earth, Gmail, YouTube 

Gee.. it has been 18 days since I posted an article for GM. My bad… but I was busy doing some offline work. Anyways, since you haven’t heard from me for a long time–with just one post within a month–I guess I owe you updates. So, here’s a wrap-up of what’s interesting about Google last… Read More

YouTube and CNN collaborate re July 23 Presidential Debate

June 20, 2007 by · Comments Off on YouTube and CNN collaborate re July 23 Presidential Debate
Filed under: YouTube 

This is definitely a historical advancement: YouTube has developed a new online video program with CNN which is designed to empower ordinary citizens during the Debate on July 23, 2007 to be held between Republican and Democratic candidates for President of the United States. This will be the first time that users of YouTube can… Read More