2020 was a huge year for video content. First came the rise of TikTok, then the release of Instagram Reels — both designed to draw in audiences with snappy, engaging videos. With most people stuck at home for much of the year, these platforms found massive engagement by providing the social atmosphere, togetherness, and lightheartedness people craved. The Overlap of …

This week, Google announced via their AI blog that they’re exploring new ways to use artificial intelligence — namely, in the creation of video content. URL2Video is still in prototype mode, but it’s already pretty impressive. This program works exactly the way the name suggests — it takes existing web pages and automatically turns their content into engaging videos.  What …