TNWiki Article Spotlight – Getting started with Cognitive Services – Vision


Welcome to another Tuesday, it's the day of the week that you are going to hear about another great TechNet Wiki article.

Today the article we are going to highlight is one that won a gold medal in TechNet Guru Awards: July under the Microsoft Azure category. It's an article from chilberto titled Getting started with Cognitive Services - Vision.

Microsoft Cognitive Services (formerly Project Oxford) are a set of APIs, SDKs and services available to developers to make their applications more intelligent, engaging and discoverable. Currently, these Cognitive Services are mainly divided into five categories: Vision, Speech, Language, Knowledge and Searchchilberto in his article discusses the Computer Vision API, and that's one of the services available under the Vision category. And he has also provided sample code explaining how you can analyze an image using Computer Vision API.

You can read the full article from the following link:

Getting started with Cognitive Services - Vision

Have a nice week ahead!

Happy Coding!

- Sri Lankan Wiki Ninja Jaliya (Blog, MSDN Profile, Twitter)

Comments (1)

  1. Sabah Shariq says:

    Great pick Jaliya 🙂
    Congratulation chilberto 🙂

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