The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Computer Vision API analyses images and returns information about them. It can be used to filter mature content or to detect faces in an image. Information such as image description, and dominant and accent colors can also be retrieved. Additionally, this API recognizes celebrities, reads text in images, and generates thumbnails. Currently, a free plan that limits calls to 5000 transactions per month is available. The Computer Vision API uses JSON format for data exchange, and API Keys for authentication.
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The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Computer Vision Android SDK allows developers to integrate the Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Computer Vision API into their Android applications written in Java. This SDK requires Android 4.1+.
The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Swift SDK by Vladimir Danila interacts with the API to access image analysis and character recognition services. Developers can preview the interaction with the APIs that include Computer Vision API, Emotion API, Face API, Video API, Speaker Recognition API, Speech API, Linguistic Analysis API, Web Model Analysis API, and Entity Linking API.