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As discussed in my previous post, COPE (Create Once, Publish Everywhere) is a fundamental philosophy that drives NPR's digital publishing and distribution strategy and is the foundation of the NPR API. Supporting it all is a single system that manages all incoming content and funnels it out through a single distribution pipe, regardless of content type or destination. A key principle that supports COPE is ensuring that content is stored in a modular way.
MuHu has opened up API access to its video intelligence platform. While MuHu had originally focused on the transportation industry, the company expects open access to the platform to benefit all industries. Video intelligence allows for apps and devices to respond to video input after integration.
Last week, Google announced Coronavirus-related delays to Chrome OS release dates. Those delays have now changed to abandonment (or version skipping). In production environments, Google Chrome will now go from 81 to 83 as work on the M82 has been officially abandoned due to workforce changes.