The Amazon Rekognition API offers image recognition and analysis capabilities. This API detects objects, scenes, and faces with a deep-learning based engine. Also, the API can analyse faces to measure similarity, and perform image verification. Developers can get started to implement the Rekognition API for free, and analyse 5000 images per month and store up to 1,000 face metadata each month, for the first 12 months.
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