Now Available: Speaker & Video APIs from Microsoft Project Oxford

This post is by Ryan Galgon, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Technology and Research Last month we announced new features for Microsoft Project Oxford machine learning APIs, enabling developers across different platforms to easily add intelligence to applications without having to be AI experts. Project Oxford is just one instance of a broader class of work… Read more

MyMoustache.net Succeeds with Microsoft Project Oxford Face API

Posted by Ryan Galgon, Senior Program Manager in the Technology & Research group at Microsoft. Last month we announced new features for Microsoft Project Oxford machine learning APIs, including the addition of emotion, video, spell check, speaker recognition, the Custom Recognition Intelligent Service and improvements to our existing Face APIs. With Project Oxford, developers across… Read more

Happy? Sad? Angry? New Microsoft Tool Recognizes Emotions In Pictures

Reposted from the ‘Next at Microsoft’ blog. The Microsoft Project Oxford team has announced the public beta of a new tool to help developers recognize emotions in pictures. Chris Bishop, head of Microsoft Research Cambridge in the United Kingdom, showed off the tool in a keynote talk at the Microsoft Future Decoded conference. The emotion… Read more