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In today’s post I’d like to introduce you to Azure Computer Vision API and tell you about some of its powerful functionality and what you can use it for.
You can go to the Azure Computer Vision site and try this yourself. I’ve got a few examples below of some things that I did:
I did these just playing around on the website with the tooling available there. But the website also provides sample code snippets for how you can call this API from your application, so a handy reference there.
Another powerful application of this API is with PowerApps. With PowerApps you can use the phone operation on your camera, take a picture and use a PowerApps to call an API and describe that image. Check out our own Brian Knight’s video on how to use this interesting application on his series of creating PowerApps.
I hope this gave you some ideas of how the Azure Computer Vision API works and that you’ll go to the website and give it a try. If you have any questions about this or anything Azure related, we’re here to help. Click the link below or contact us – our experts can help you use Azure to take your business from good to great.
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