Now Build 2017 event, Microsoft Event for developers is being held in Seattle on May 10-12 2017. You can view Keynote and other contents at Channel9 (on-live, or on-demand).
At Day1 Keynote, Cognitive Services’ new APIs are announced and available as below!
Information site for Cognitive Services Website (microsoft.com/cognitive-services) is integrated to Azure Website, and you can check direct from here;
Custom Vision Service
As I’ve got many feedback from users of Computer Vision API, this service can define photo with your Custom tags. You don’t have to build image identifier ML, just upload images with tagging them.
[Check&Try] Go Custom Vision Service Website and click [Try Custom Vision Service]. Or direct access from https://www.customvision.ai/.
[Document] Custom Vision Service Overview
This service analyzes videos; recognizes/identifies faces, creates subtitles from speeches (including translation), detects keyword and emotion. You can publish contents with those analyzed results.
[Check&Try] Video Indexer Website and click [Try Video Indexer]. Or direct access from https://www.videoindexer.ai/.
[Document] Video Indexer Overview
Custom Decision Service
This service provides recommendation engine using reinforced learning, tprovides API access. This can apply to personalized & dynamic contents assumed from user responses.
[Check&Try] Custom Decision Service Website. Or direct accesss from http://ds.microsoft.com/.
[Document] Custom Decision Service Overview
Bing Custom Search
This service provides customized web search, such as selected websites (include, exclude, always top)
[Check&Try] Bing Custom Search Website. Or direct access from https://customsearch.ai/.
[Document] Bing Custom Search Overview
Cognitive Services Labs
This is category of several “Project” on development, such as Project Prague which analyzes gestures (hand move), and route finder Project Johannessburg.
[Check&Try] Cognitive Services Labs
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