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Introducing Cognitive Workbench

Av Peter Örneholm | Blogg | 18 mars 2020

Working more and more with Cognitive Services in Azure, I saw the need for a tool to explore and visualize the API.

Cognitive Workbench is a site to learn about and demo the capabilities of Azure Cognitive Services. The site aims to be a complement to already existing demos, samples and sites to make it easier to try out the capabilities, visulize results and explain how the services works.

The sites is targeted towards people familiar with Microsoft Azure and Cognitive Services and will require you to create resources in Azure and bring your own keys.

You can use the site at: https://cognitive-workbench.azurewebsites.net/

The Sourcecode is available at GitHub and Docker image available at Dockerhub.

As of today, the site covers these services and API:s:

Vision

  • Computer Vision
    • AnalyzeImage (ImageType, Faces, Adult, Categories, Color, Tags, Description, Objects, Brands)
    • AreaOfInterest
    • RecognizeText
    • RecognizePrintedText
    • BatchReadFile
  • Face
    • Detect (Age, Gender, HeadPose, Smile, FacialHair, Glasses, Emotion, Hair, Makeup, Occlusion, Accessories, Blur, Exposure, Noise)

Samples

Computer Vision

Input

Input

Analyze

Car

OCR

Input

Face

Face

Contributions

Feel free to contribute. A few ideas of improvements are available as GitHub issues.

Thanks to @NicoRobPro for some great additions to this site.

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