Microsoft Cognitive Services at the Edge

As AI Developers we understand the power that the Cognitive Services provide. The facility to build intelligent and supported algorithms into apps, websites, and bots to see, hear, speak, understand, and interpret your user needs. The APIs in Cognitive Services are hosted on a growing network of Microsoft-managed data centers.

We need to start thinking on new scenarios that were simply not possible before. Smart sensors, connected devices are becoming a trend towards a future powered by the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge. We can think of the intelligent edge as a continually expanding set of connected systems and devices that gather and analyze information close to the physical world where data resides, to deliver real-time insights and immersive experiences that are highly responsive and contextually aware. At the edge, the application is contextually aware and can run in both connected and disconnected states.

Microsoft announced last year, the preview…

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