The Custom Vision Service is part of Azure's Cognitive Services. It allows you to build classifiers that recognize specific content in images. Through machine learning, a classifier can be trained to recognize key factors in a picture that are specific to your application. In addition, the Custom Vision Service could be used for filtering image content for a web site, expediting the content filtering process.
Sam Nasr has been a software developer since 1995, focusing mostly on Microsoft technologies. Having achieved multiple certifications from Microsoft (MCSA, MCAD, MCTS, and MCT), Sam develops, teaches, and tours the country to present various topics in .Net. He’s involved with the Cleveland C#/VB.Net User Group, where he has been the group leader since 2003. In addition, he’s the leader of the .Net Study Group, an author for Visual Studio Magazine, and a Microsoft MVP since 2013. When not coding, Sam loves spending time with his family and friends or volunteering at his local church.
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