Videos

TWC9: Win Dev’s at Build, GA Cognitive Services, Linux Containers on Windows and more…

1 year ago
This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [01:13]  Microsoft Cognitive Services – General availability for Face API, Computer Vision API and Content Moderator [02:17] Windows Developers at Microsoft Build 2017 [03:06] DockerCon 2017: Powering new Linux innovations with Hyper-V isolation and Windows Server [John Gossman] [03:57] Visual […]
How Uber is using driver selfies to enhance security, powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services

How Uber is using driver selfies to enhance security, powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services

2 years ago
Uber is using Microsoft Cognitive Services to offer Real-Time ID Check. Drivers verify their identity using selfies before they are able to accept rides. Learn more at: www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/
TWC9: Desktop Bridge to Windows Store, .NET Core 1.0.1, Video Breakdown and more…

TWC9: Desktop Bridge to Windows Store, .NET Core 1.0.1, Video Breakdown and more…

2 years ago
This week on Channel 9, Vlad and Mark discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:19] Apps built using the Desktop Bridge now available in the Windows Store! [Kevin Gallo] [01:48] Putting (my VB6) Windows Apps in the Windows 10 Store – Project Centennial [Scott Hanselman] [03:08] Announcing September 2016 Updates for .NET Core 1.0 […]

Fun with Microsoft Cognitive Services

2 years ago
Microsoft Cognitive Services let you build apps with powerful algorithms using just a few lines of code. They work across devices and platforms such as iOS, Android, and Windows, keep improving, and are easy to set up. Join Jennifer Marsman and Rachel Weil as they unveil some fun projects they’ve been working on using Cognitive […]
Live from Build 2016: Cognitive Services

Live from Build 2016: Cognitive Services

2 years ago
In this video, Jennifer Marsman talks with Anna Roth about Microsoft Cognitive services. Learn a little about the underlying technology behind the emotion recognition APIs, hear some ideas about how to use them in your apps, and watch Jennifer and Anna make funny faces to get the API to detect different emotions. Check out these […]

Faces

2 years ago
In this episode of ‘Context’, we take a look at facial technologies and how we can make use of face detection and recognition in modern, Universal Windows Apps and also how we can use some of the additional Microsoft Cognitive Services for other functionality and cross-platform work. Here’s a breakdown of the show; [00:00] Hello! […]

How Happy Are You? Cordova Edition

2 years ago
This week Martin and Martin look at building an Apache Cordova app that uses Microsoft Cognitive services to determine the emotions of faces in a picture. The app uses Ionic for the UI and can be found at GitHub: github.com/thebeebs/howhappycordova  

Dark Vision: Watson and IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk Analyzing Video

2 years ago
AI persona “Allison” explains how Dark Vision, an IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk application, uses OpenWhisk actions and Watson services to analyze video. Watch ibm.biz/darkvisionwebinar and read ibm.biz/darkvisionblog how IBM Developer Advocate Frederic Lavigne created the Dark Vision app.

TWC9: Windows 10 Fall Update, New Xbox Experience, Distributed Machine Learning Toolkit and more…

3 years ago
This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [01:27] First Major Update for Windows 10 Available Today [Terry Myerson] [02:17] Your New Xbox One Experience Begins Today [Mike Ybarra] [03:27] Introducing Your First 104 Xbox One Backward Compatible Games [Mike Ybarra] [04:10] Supercharging JavaScript performance with asm.js [Limin […]

Introducing Bar Code and QR Code Detection in the Google Vision APIs (100 Days of Google Dev)

3 years ago
The Google Vision APIs provide two main areas of functionality. First is Face Tracking — not to be confused with Facial Recognition — which gives your apps the ability to detect faces, and landmarks on faces. This is useful for, for example — writing a camera app that only takes a picture when everyone is […]