Computer Vision made easy: from pre-trained models to custom ones, Cognitive Services has you covered.

In this video, Kelly Freed, PM on the Azure Cognitive Services team, and learn about the latest technologies in Computer Vision such as analyzing images, extracting insights from your pictures and videos, recognizing common objects, and more.

Yesterday, I was in Philadelphia presenting a session at AI Discovery Day on Computer Vision Cognitive Services.

The labs for this session are on GitHub: https://github.com/Azure/LearnAI-Bootcamp/tree/master/lab01.1-computer_vision

These events will be taking place across the US. Here are a few dates and links to registration.

Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv

 

Content moderation is the process of monitoring for possible offensive, undesirable, and risque content.

Content Moderator, a Cognitive Services product, combines machine-assisted content moderation APIs and human review tool for images, text, and videos into a complete content moderation solution. In this episode, we will get an overview of Content Moderator and learn about its video moderation capabilities.

In this video, learn about the API and the human review capabilities in Content Moderator.

Here is a primer to introduce the concepts of deep learning with a specific focus on computer vision. It covers concepts including CNN’s (Convolutional Neural Networks), deep learning and transfer learning. It was created as an introduction for people getting started with machine learning and specifically deep learning to explain some of the commonly used terms and introduce some of the popular approaches to solving computer vision challenges.