Using machine learning for the improvement of video compression.
Blog post on 2 Jun 2020
BBC R&D is exploring how the BBC can deliver additional benefits to licence fee payers in the Internet era, beyond the current suite of broadcast, online and mobile products, by...
How do shared core values shape everyday behaviour, thoughts and attitudes?
White paper published Mar 2020
The BBC is famous for high-quality content, stunning visuals and breath-taking pictures. The visual data analytics group in BBC Research & Development is creating new and efficient artificial intelligence (AI)...
These datasets contain segments from broadcast content of BBC News - either single words (“LRW”) or short sentences (“LRS2”) in English. These datasets are made available to the scientific research...
Following some user testing, people gave us feedback on what they enjoyed and whether they would watch a new format like this.
Blog post on 23 Jan 2020
Data collected through our interactive experiences can help us develop better forms of storytelling.
Blog post on 15 Jan 2020
Object-based experiences generate information and data on audiences and their viewing, so what do we collect - and how does it further our research?
Blog post on 8 Jan 2020
We have been testing decision tree algorithms to see if they can make video compression faster and more efficient.
Blog post on 29 Oct 2019
Filippo Maria Fazi
The S3A object-based audio drama dataset has been made available as audio workstation project files, using the VISR production suite plug-ins.
Research paper published Oct 2019
A personalised documentary about social media is the latest object-based production powered by our StoryKit tool.
Blog post on 5 Aug 2019
Exploring new ways of storing and using data, especially personal data, and the potential benefits they could bring.
Blog post on 18 Jun 2019
The use of personal data is necessary in many online tools and services. Is it possible to do this in a way which maintains the privacy of users, increase accountability,...
What happens when students, start-ups and national newspapers try to develop ideas around investigative journalism?
Blog post on 16 May 2019