Computer Vision' Image Analysis service (part of Cognitive Services) can extract a variety of visual features from your images. For example, you can determine if an image has adult content, search for specific brands or objects, or search for human faces. The latest version of Image Analysis, 4.0, which is now in public preview, has new features like synchronous OCR and people detection. I'll demonstrate these capabilities in a mobile app developed with .NET MAUI
I'm a Microsoft MVP in Azure, Artificial Intelligence, and Developer Technologies. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Engineering Informatics at Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic. I've been developing .NET apps for +10 years. I find C# a really powerful language which allow us to create different kinds of software. I focus on mobile apps (Xamarin), cloud computing (Azure) and AI. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with others.
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