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Comexp is a brand new service that uses a search request to search for videos and helps find a video (fragment, episode, etc.) much faster and more accurately. Because of the patented technology, search reliability is not conditional upon audio tracks, watermark usage, hash functions, or text analysis. It allows working with heavily noisy images, different screen frames, side ratios, frame rates, etc. The technology requires a minimum of computing resources and traffic volume.

The technology

Comexp has developed and patented the Theory of Active Perception (TAPe), which models how human innate perception mechanisms work and mathematically describes the language of thought. The TAPe has already served as a basis for a technology that can process any image and be applied in any type of computer vision task. But what TAPe offers is a new way to process information that can be applied far beyond computer vision technology. In particular, it can usher in new structural principles for neural systems and computer processors.

The movies

Comexp has compiled a library of Top 500 movies based on the highest-grossing movie rating and the IMDb Top 250 rating. The system has presets for each film from the library—these compilations of the movies comprised the most popular automatically edited episodes on YouTube. The system determines popularity by how many times those episodes appear in YouTube links rather than the number of likes and views. 

How does it work?

For example, a request can ask for the most popular episodes from movies by a particular director. User cases abound, and everything depends on what the customer wants. In the future, it will be possible to make requests for compilations featuring a particular actor or actress, object, landscape, etc. (for example, ‘piano’, ‘mountains’, ‘animals’, ‘elephants’). If there’s no such preset in the database, the service will generate it following the customer’s request.

On YouTube, Comexp suggests searching for videos using videos across the most trendy requests. The service will show presets for those requests, with no repeating video fragments in them. For example, the ‘funny cats’ request will return a preset of the most popular episodes under the relevant request. Still, B2B customers can make any requests they wish: ‘all 2021 space launches’, ‘most-watched Euro 2020 moments’, ‘most-watched Tokyo Olympics moments’, etc.

About company/vendor of the technology

Compexp team includes professionals with scientific degrees, management, and entrepreneurial experience and over 15 years of expertise in IT, and 35 years in image recognition. The company developed a new method for image processing and used our theoretical findings to solve practical problems in pattern recognition. At the moment Comexp provides applied solutions in image recognition and uses a proprietary and patented TAPe technology for image recognition. Compexp have developed several practical solutions to solve specific problems in video search this allows us to solve the following tasks:

✓ record video from any sources;

✓ convert the recorded video to TAPe format;

✓ resolve various tasks connected with the video search.

Stanley Gatero is a writer at Disrupt Magazine. He covers topics concerning technology, entrepreneurship, news, and sports. He is an avid traveler.

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