Build your own KITT with Azure Cognitive Services

 
English Introductory and overview Technology

Cognitive services can recognise objects, faces, describe images, understand speech and language, perform advanced searches and so much more. You can use these services with Azure Bots and IoT to build human interactive cars and houses, or simply interact with clients. If you are a developer and know nothing about Azure Cognitive Services, this is a good place to start. Disclaimer: Azure Cognitive Services can't drive a car. They're not 18 years old yet.

Speaker

André Melancia

Developer / DBA / Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)

Human Being Owner / Principal Consultant at LunarCat.PT Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) focusing on SQL Server and MS Data Platform, Azure, IoT and Security. 22+ years' fun developing information and multimedia systems, DBA, project and IT management. Data Community, IT Pro Portugal and PowerShell Portugal communities organiser. IPv6 Portugal, DNSSec Portugal and Windows Development Portugal online communities moderator. Actively volunteering, organising, speaking or just participating at community meetings and events. Proud uncle and food devouring expert, with dangerous pussy cat as companion. Go to http://Andy.PT and you'll know the same as the NSA...

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