Audio watermarking algorithm is first to solve “second-screen problem” in real time

Audio watermarking is the process of adding a distinctive sound pattern — undetectable to the human ear — to an audio signal to make it identifiable to a computer. It’s one of the ways that video sites recognize copyrighted recordings that have been posted illegally. To identify a watermark, a computer usually converts a digital file into an audio signal, which it processes internally.Read More