YouTube hit a significant milestone in their massive growth over the years. YouTube viewers worldwide are watching a billions hours of video content… each and every single day.
It’s not just a piece of data that validates digital media. It’s a piece of data that has massive implications for YouTube, brands and, of course, the viewers.
Google Brain gave YouTube new life. Brain wasn’t YouTube’s first attempt at using AI; the company had applied machine-learning techniques to recommendations before, using a Google-built system known as Sibyl. Brain, however, employs a technique known as unsupervised learning: its algorithms can find relationships between different inputs that software engineers never would have guessed