Postagens de: Julia Nikitina

Get 'stache-stats with Face API & #MyMoustacheRobot

segunda-feira, 9 de novembro de 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 …

Senior Program Manager, Cognitive Services

Unlock your door using Face API & Windows 10 IoT Core

terça-feira, 11 de agosto de 2015

Microsoft developers have also used Windows 10 IoT Core to build stuff like facial-recognition door locks that only open if it recognizes you, a robot programming kit, and an app to control a handheld fan. The facial recognition technology is powered by Project Oxford.Read more: Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core Why Microsoft made a Windows-powered robotic air hockey table Unlock Your Door With …

Senior Program Manager, Cognitive Services

#TwinsOrNotRobot recognizes your doppelganger

quarta-feira, 24 de junho de 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.

Senior Program Manager, Cognitive Services

Project Oxford featured in China Cloud Computing Conference

quarta-feira, 3 de junho de 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 …

Senior Program Manager, Cognitive Services

Project Oxford announced at //Build 2015

quarta-feira, 29 de abril de 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 …

Senior Program Manager, Cognitive Services