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Method and System for Optimized Playback of Presentations Offline

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000249454D
Publication Date: 2017-Feb-27
Document File: 1 page(s) / 63K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed to enable a viewer to directly skip forward / jump forward to a portion/section of the pre-recorded presentation, based on the viewer’s interest. The method and system also provides an efficient and cognitive approach to consume important snippets of the pre-recorded presentation, relevant to the viewer.

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Method and System for Optimized Playback of Presentations Offline

The existing method of viewing portions/sections of pre-recorded presentations offline is to have a direct pointer to the portion or fast forward it until the portion to be viewed is found. There exists a need for a cognitive system that efficiently jumps to a desired portion of the presentation based on viewer’s interest.

Disclosed is a method and system that enables a viewer to directly skip forward / jump forward to a portion/section of the pre-recorded presentation, based on the viewer’s interest. The method and system also provides an efficient and cognitive approach to consume important snippets of the pre-recorded presentation, relevant to the viewer.

In accordance with the method and system, the method and system includes a presentation analysis component, viewer analysis component and a recommendation component. Firstly, the presentation analysis component performs semantic analysis on the pre-recorded presentation for identifying speakers in the presentation, identifying topics being discussed in the presentation and creating a time based mapping chart between topics and speakers. The viewer analysis component as the name suggests, determines viewer interests towards certain speakers based on cognitive analysis of previous interactions through emails, chats and phone calls, between the viewer and the speakers identified in the presentation, wherein the cognitive analysis includes analyzing what topics were discussed, frequency of interactions and other people involved. The viewer analysis component also involves semantic an...