Thursday, January 21, 2016
Mimicker Alarm app for Android is the latest release through the Microsoft Garage and uses three games to help clearthe cobwebs of sleep to wake you up – and keep you up. The games are a way to show off several Microsoft Project Oxford machine learning APIs that focus on emotion, computer vision and speech. Read more...
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
TwinsOrNot.net is the latest machine learning-powered game built using the Project Oxford platform – it incorporates facial recognition technology to determine how much you look like a sibling, your friend, or your favorite celebrity! Check it out at TwinsOrNot.net or on Windows Phone store.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Under the name of Project Oxford, Microsoft has made available a set of RESTful APIs that aim to make it possible for developers to build apps that feature face recognition, speech processing, and other machine learning algorithms. Zhen Liu, director from Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise in China, delivered a session on how you can use these APIs easily in the 7th occurence of the China Cloud …
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The contest, aiming at strengthening Microsoft brand in Asia Pacific region, strives to encourage young talent to discover more about programming, so as to use it to solve practical problems. This year, one of the finalists use Project Oxford to create a brand new personal voice assisstant.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
The winning team of the Apps World North America Hackathon used Project Oxford to win a Surface Pro 3 by using face recognition in SONY glasses.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Use Face, Speech, and Computer Vision API or Language Understanding Intelligent Service to make your apps smarter. For more information, check out the //Build sessions below.
Vision APIs: Understanding Images in your app by Meenaz Merchant on 5/1
Day 2 Keynote presentation by Joseph Sirosh on 4/30
Microsoft Project Oxford: Adding smarts to your applications by Harry Shum and …