Face recognition tool for media agencies

Noscos - Your most trusted co-worker

Developed by Adevo and supported by Google DNI

Solutions
01
Search In Archive

Noscos allows searching for photos and videos of exact persons in internal archives. As a result you can find your previously added media files really quickly, allowing you to reuse the most appropriate content for your next articles.

02
Search In Videos

Noscos tags the videos and persons in them. So often videos are either untagged or it's only known, that the exact person appears in the video, but you have no idea in which minutes and seconds. Noscos provides an automatic tool which will not only find the searched peoplein videos, but also show the exact moments of appearance on the timeline.

03
Search Connections

Noscos collects connections between people and converts them in a way understandable for humans. You can see the most popular people your searched person has been seen together with as well as you can seek for multiple persons and find out if you have seen them both together in a single photo and video. Articles about exact people, investigating journalism, business news - this will improve the quality for any type of article.

It is my experience from both news media and magazines that many editorial workers are struggling to make use of valuable archive photos, because they simply get lost.
Lisbet Jensen
Journalist and Master in Cross Media Communication
Use Cases
Regular Article
History Analysis
Connection Investigation
Be-The-First Case
Gossip News
The Problem
A journalist has to prepare an article about an exact person. He has to add a photo with that person.
The Solution
Using noscos the journalist can find all photos where the exact person appears, even unindexed.
The Benefits
As a result it's possible to choose the most appropriate photo in less time.
The Problem
A journalist is preparing for an interview and has to analyse, what the person he is going meet has told in other interviews.
The Solution
Using noscos the journalist can automatically find videos where the exact person appears. He can achieve it very fast as the appearance of the exact person in videos is marked on video timeline.
The Benefits
As a result it's possible to collect and analyse more useful information data in less time.
The Problem
A journalist is preparing analytical informational material about an exact person.
The Solution
Using noscos the journalist can automatically find connections between the person he is interested in and other people - who have been together in which events, who knows whom, what connections between certain people are.
The Benefits
As a result it's possible to see connections between people that otherwise would remain unnoticed.
The Problem
A journalist has a responsibility to write about multiple popular people.
The Solution
Using noscos the journalist can follow certain people and is immediately informed, if an exact person appears in photos and videos added to internal media library by other journalists.
The Benefits
As a result it's possible to be the first to notice some person’s appearance in different events, gaining the possibility to be the first to write about that.
The Problem
A journalist has a responsibility to write gossip news. He takes a photo of a well-known athlete with an unknown girl.
The Solution
Using noscos the journalist can upload the photo in the system and using collective learning find out if some other journalist has ever recognised the girl together with the athlete.
The Benefits
As a result it's getting easier to recognise previously unknown persons, giving a chance to be the first to write a revealing gossip article.
Our Story

We have been working together with journalists for years and they kept complaining for one and the same thing. They waste too much time to find photos and videos because the media archives are poorly tagged and therefore not searchable.

This is how Noscos was born. By reusing the latest achievements of AI and machine learning, we built a face recognition system to allow automatically tag persons in photos and videos.

The project has been funded by Google DNI (initially named Eagle Eye) as well as supported by Adevo Group financially and organizationally.

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