Microsoft Cognitive Services – Artificial Intelligence based vision, speech and language API


Build your own solutions with Microsoft Cognitive Services – Previously known as Project Oxford with any language or development platform see https://www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services and a full list of all the available APIs at https://www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/en-us/apis

Here is a quick overview of some of the available APIs

Vision Apis

The Computer Vision APIs are a collection of state-of-the-art image processing algorithms designed to return information based on the visual content, and to generate your ideal thumbnail. With this API, you can choose which visual features you want to extract that best suit your needs.

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Computer Vision APIs

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Face APIs

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Emotion APIs

 

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Video APIs

Speech

Speech APIs provide state-of-the-art algorithms to process spoken language. With these APIs, developers can easily include the ability to add speech driven actions to their applications. In certain cases, the APIs also allow for real-time interaction with the user as well.

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Speech APIs

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Speaker Recognition APIs

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Custom Recognition Intelligent Service (CRIS)

Language APIs

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Spell Check APIs

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Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS)


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Web Language Model API

Cognitive Services APIs

See the full list of all the APIs https://www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/en-us/apis

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Comments (2)

  1. addys says:

    all 3 of the "language" feature links point to the spell check API.  Is that by design?

  2. Lee Stott says:

    Addys

    Thanks for spotting this all the images now link to the correct pages

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