In the interest of helping to navigate the information available out there, I’ve been putting out there ideas for this “Where Do I start” series on the blog. Right now as I previously mentioned I’ve been studying for the AI-100 exam, and as part of that effort I found a lot of resources online, and I thought I’d share these in the interest of helping others.
There are a wealth of resources out there and I want to make sure I focus your attention on resources related to Microsoft AI and how you can leverage these services as accelerators for your own application development. I wanted to draw your attention to a lot of the key resources for getting started.
- AI Developer Bootcamp –
- MS Learn
- Classify images with Microsoft Custom Vision Service
- Translate Speech with Azure Cognitive Services –
- Recognize specific voices with the Speaker Recognition APIs in Azure Cognitive Services –
- Classify and moderate text with Azure Content Moderator –
- Add conversational intelligence to your apps by using Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS) –
- Process images with the Computer Vision service –
- Discover sentiment in text with the Text Analytics API –
- Channel 9:
- Getting started with Azure Cognitive Services
- Computer Vision Made Easy
- Using Microsoft Speech APIs to bring the power of speech recognition and speech synthesis to your apps
- Knowledge Mining: use AI to search on your data, regardless of format
- Leverage the Power of Bing AI to Empower Innovative Scenarios
- What are Azure Cognitive Services?
Now additionally I have done some work on my github implementing the face api, which is available here: