Austin-based startup Ziotag offers technology which allows users to navigate and contextualize video content dynamically
Ziotag, an AI-powered contextualization company, announced its participation in the next New Chip Acceleration Program (NCAP) virtual Demo Day, set to take place between May 7 and 8 of this year. During the event, investors will have the opportunity to connect with startups across the globe and partner on the advancement of innovative projects. The Demo Day will be held over livestream and will feature B2B and B2C SaaS platforms, consumer goods/services, medtech, fintech, community, and edtech startups.
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Ziotag earned its way into NCAP’S program after completing its interview process in March of 2020. The program focuses on the acceleration of young startups, providing tools and skills to access high impact markets worldwide. Previous Demo Days included tech entrepreneurs and figures such as Kevin Williams, CEO of WISE Power; Jayanthi Narasimhan, founder and CEO of WatchRx; David Koepsell, American author; Victoria Duben, CEO of Viewst; and many more.
Ziotag’s AI technology analyzes video content and generates a transcript and an “Actionable table of Contents™” which fully indexes a video and allows users to search and jump directly to the section of the video that corresponds to their search. Ziotag won the Disruptive Video Product of the year granted by The Disruptive Technologies Group based in New York.
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“We were introduced to Ziotag and they brought our video to a whole new, disruptive level. Our thousands of discerning members have been treated to a whole new level of video capability through Ziotag’s use of AI. Ziotag is a disruptive technology, and we’re proud to honor them with the disruptive Technologist Applies Video Award,” Said Lauren Keyson, Founder of the Disruptive Technologies Group.
“We’re really excited about this opportunity to showcase how AI-powered contextualization can revolutionize how we experience and navigate videos. We’re looking forward to sharing this space with other entrepreneurs and startups whose innovative ideas are disrupting many industries across the world,” said Ziotag’s CEO Jeffrey Paul.
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