Microsoft announced several enhancements and new offerings for its Cognitive Services cloud APIs that help developers leverage artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in mobile apps.
Microsoft Cognitive Services provide the base of the company's AI platform, letting developers incorporate AI functionality for vision, speech, language, knowledge and search into iOS and Android apps and edge devices.
Here's a look at what exec Joseph Sirosh announced March 1.
"We built Custom Vision with state-of-the-art machine learning that offers developers the ability to train their own classifier to recognize what matters in their scenarios," Sirosh said.
Concrete examples of real-world scenarios in which this technology can be used listed by Sirosh include:
Practical examples enables by this technology include:
"Today's milestones illustrate our commitment to make our AI Platform suitable for every business scenario, with enterprise-grade tools to make application development easier and respecting customers' data," Sirosh said.
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