Delve Networks has applied its audio search technology to Obama’s inagural speech. When you enter keywords into the search field below the video, those words are highlighted on the timeline, guiding you to the most relevant parts of the video. Audio search is difficult to execute properly, since human speech is imprecise and varies wildly from person to person. Delve Networks have done a good job, however. I’ll take a close look at various audio search engines in a future blog post.
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