Xillio Unveils “Image Classification” Content Service
Xillio has added a new content service to its portfolio, called “Image Classification.” Using visual image recognition, Xillio can add labels and tags to images based on the content of that image, making content easier to find and more manageable, and also helping users to identify and sort unwanted content.
Adding tags to images is a simple way to specify the meta information of that image. For example, a tag may be an object, subject or a theme. For example, the "person" tag is assigned to images with people or the "car" tag to images showing cars. This service is perfect for organizations that want add more value to existing visual content; organizations with multiple product photos in a digital asset management (DAM) system or a web content management (WCM) environment used by an editorial staff on daily basis.
In addition to automated content migration, Xillio offers services to improve content quality and quantity. For example, the solution provides the ability for users to find duplicate documents, identify privacy sensitive content (such as passports and driving licenses), classify documents (e.g., document type or subject) and now the ability to classify images and photos.
Images are a fast-growing type of content, said Rikkert Engels, CEO and founder of Xillio, noting that the ability to automatically add tags to images allows users to search and filter more quickly. The service can help save customers time, he added, because it increases the value of their visual content and offers opportunities to speed up business processes.
More information can be found at www.xillio.com.