Its video analysis features make use of AI to discover incidents of nudity, substance use, bad language and more


Finnish Artificial Intelligence (AI) company Valossa has added video analysis features that recognise inappropriate content in video files.

The Valossa software now utilises AI to screen video for nudity, sexuality, violence, substance use, bad language and more as part of its compliance checking tools.

Valossa can scan completed productions, archive content or video streams in real-time. Its AI tools are available as APIs that can be integrated to customer platforms.

Valossa CEO Mika Rautiainen said: “Our AI reviews the content faster than actual playback speed and creates a time-based summary of inappropriate scenes for fast reviewing. Our tool’s uniqueness stems from our AI’s capability to interpret sounds, speech and visuals to assess content appropriateness for airing or streaming.”

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