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iQiyi launches video popularity analysis system

Tuesday 4 September 2018 | 16:22 CET | News
Chinese online entertainment service iQiyi has introduced a system for evaluating the popularity of videos on its platform. The system takes into account diverse measures of viewer behavior, including user interaction and sharing. iQiyi will no longer display total numbers of views for videos on its online platform. iQiyi claims the new system of evaluation allows the company "to objectively assess the popularity of its video content, utilizing the company's technological advantages in areas such as AI and Big Data".

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Categories: Internet
Companies: iQiyi
Countries: China
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