It is nearly released package so i don’t think so that we will get soon a document about it but soon @badita will update on this.
But i wants to share some info about this package and what is Microsoft Cognitive service, so will be helpful for others i guess.
Microsoft wants to empower developers to build smart apps using artificial intelligence and revolutionise how we experience technology. But most developers aren’t well resourced or do not have the expertise, data or time to add these capabilities. Microsoft is making available these artificial intelligence based Vision, Speech and Language APIs. Developed from years of research, these technologies are used in many Microsoft products. With as little as 3 lines of code, developers will be able to build apps capable of things like recognising the emotion or face on a photograph, to understanding words, meaning and speech.
Early in 2015, Microsoft released a set of APIs as a beta called Project Oxford which has been rebranded as Microsoft Cognitive Services. The main purpose of this project is to eliminate the brunt work of setting up machine learning algorithms and let developers focus on just using the APIs. This service is currently provided free of charge to a certain extent. Paid subscriptions are also being made available if you need to scale and need to make a lot of transactions with the service.
Currently You can see there are 4 activities are available under this, which are:
- Google Text Translate
- Google Text Analysis
- IBM watson Text Analysis
- Microsoft Text Analysis
*You will Notice that these all activities will require a key.
So you can obtain right now to test use a free key. so you have to visit this link:
Let’s take a look at some of the main APIs that are bundled under Microsoft Cognitive Services.
Bing Spell Check
You will also see “Analysis type” Option in properties having following information:
Text Analytics API
Accepts text content in 4 languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese) and returns a score between 0 & 1. The score is generated using text classification techniques.
Key Phrase Extraction
Returns a list of strings denoting the key talking points of the entered text using the Microsoft Office’s sophisticated natural language processing techniques which supports for English, German, Spanish & Japanese text.
Returns a list of strings denoting topics detected within the text along with corresponding key phrases which are related to the topic. The API requires minimum of 100 text documents to be submitted.
Returns a language code and a score between 0 & 1 which indicates the certainty level of the detected language. Supports for 120 languages.
And I am also looking into it. if possible will know something more about it then i will share here