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Law and Artificial Intelligence
Němec, Daniel ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
1 Law and Artificial Intelligence Abstract At present, the legal order of the Czech Republic is not directly concerned with artificial intelligence, even though the first technologies and systems based on it are already appearing. However, a number of soft law materials (strategies, plans and declarations) issued both by the Czech authorities and also within the European Union (especially by the European Commission) deal with artificial intelligence. Both Czech and EU materials are outlined in the thesis and are considered in further research. The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the actual needs to deal with artificial intelligence from a legal point of view and whether the current legislation is sufficient and applicable to artificial intelligence systems. After the introductory part, the thesis gives an overview of the history of artificial intelligence and its development, tries to define the term of artificial intelligence and related terms (algorithm, machine learning, deep learning) and then examines whether artificial intelligence can be included under some legal concepts (categories) already existing (artificial intelligence as a computer program, thing, product, computer virus and more). Furthermore, the thesis discusses the development and research of artificial intelligence, including ethical...
Economic Aspects of Innovation in Business Corporation Electro world s.r.o.
Němec, Daniel ; Dušková, Monika (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on economic aspects of enterprise Innovation. Specifies what is Innovation and compares theoretical knowledge with real enterprise. The thesis include analysis PESTLE, Porter´s model of five competitive forces, SWOT analysis and financial analysis.
Guerilla filmmaking style and its impact on the work of sound recordist.
Stýblo, Martin ; NĚMEC, Daniel (advisor) ; SKALL, Vladimír (referee)
This diploma work is focused on changes in the workflow of the sound crew in dynamically changing environment, equipment and production in the filmmaking process. It describes personal experiences of sound professionals in rare environments, includes/offers technical tips, tricks and solutions of difficulties in all parts of the creative process: from preparation to post- production.
Creative methods of combination between music and sound effects in audiovisual work
Deliopulos, Michal ; Bláha, Ivo (advisor) ; Němec, Daniel (referee)
This theoretical thesis deals with the research of specific issues of functionally
Music in contemporary Czech documentary films
Poledna, Marek ; Němec, Daniel (advisor) ; Ekrt, Viktor (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is a use of music in contemporary Czech documentary films. The work provides a comprehensive insight into specific effects of music in documentaries, reflection of its behaviour considering the connection with the documentary nature of the image, differences in artistic approach to the creative use of music and a brief list of the most common functional effects of music in documentary film. I also describe an issue of television production, a role of an editor or a use of archive music closely.
Evolution of Sound Making in Czech Cinematography
Pavlovská, Kateřina ; Němec, Daniel (advisor) ; Kříž, Jiří (referee)
This dissertation describes the recording and postproduction of audiovisual pictures´ sound track in the territory of today´s Czech republic between the years 1930 and 2005. Above all, it reports its technological and methodological progress. Barrandov film studio is in the focus, having provided film pruduction of czech films for more than 30 years. Soundtracks for the first talking pictures were made on the 35mm film negativ. 20 years later the analogue magnetical recording of sound came to use and stayed as the main technology for about 35 years. After the analogue period the possibility of digital sound recording appeared. The dissertation analyses the specifics of each era and shows short samples from various czech films on the attached DVDs. The dissertation compares the situation of technological equipment and production processes in the particular periods with the general technological progress. Also the economical and political fatcors/elements are important in the overall history, because they influence the production of the films in a very specific way.

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