The Text Analytics Cognitive Service announces Public Preview of Named Entity Recognition. With a simple API call, apply robust machine learning models to your unstructured text and recognize more than 20 types of named entities such as people, places, organizations, quantities, dates, and more.
In recent years, we have seen a leap in practical AI innovations catalyzed by vast amounts of data, the cloud, innovations in algorithms, hardware, and more. So how do developers begin to design AI applications that engage and delight your customers, optimize operations, empower your employees, and transform products?
Combining biometric identification with artificial intelligence (AI) enables banks to take a new approach to verifying the digital identity of their prospects and customers.
Devices and technologies are moving forward at a rapid pace, though the everyday tools we use remain relatively unchanged. What if we could infuse AI into everyday tools to delight and inspire developers to do more using Microsoft AI platform?
Microsoft has reached a milestone in text-to-speech synthesis with a production system that uses deep neural networks to make the voices of computers nearly indistinguishable from recordings of people.
AI, data and cloud are bringing in the next wave of transformative innovations across industries. With Azure AI, our purpose is to empower organizations to use AI to engage customers, empower employees, optimize operations and transform products.
To build an effective and scalable solution, developers need technology that can be deployed around the world and still provide results with high confidence.
We are pleased to announce the release of another update to the Cognitive Services Speech SDK (version 0.6.0). With this release, we have added the support for Java on Windows 10 (x64) and Linux (x64).
Video Indexer recently released a new and improved Video Indexer V2 API. This RESTful API supports both server-to-server and client-to-server communication and enables Video Indexer users to…
We have just released the v0.5.0 version of the Speech Devices SDK to its download site a few days ago. If you want access to it, please apply for it via the Microsoft Speech Devices SDK Sign Up Form.…