When you choose any API and try to create you. There is a problem while you choose the location.
The location shows Global as a Location which is weird in the first place. and secondly it shows an error as "Global does not exist in the list"
This looks like a bug.1 vote
Most of the Cognitive services provide a REST API, but it would be useful to show how to consume those REST APIs from Xamarin mobile apps3 votes
To manage groups and faces in groups it would be really nice if it would be possible to retrieve the image for a faceId. Currently if you want to edit a group you have to know on the client which id is which face.
this is best tracked in the application logic as the service may not use the image at full resolution
Allow the video motion detection API to draw frames on one moving object not just the entire frame of the video
Provides functionality to draw frames around one or more moving objects instead of only drawing around the entire frame.3 votes
This feature is now available in the Video API and you can test it out for yourself on our API page or via our API reference:
The output of your call into the Video API will return the exact coordinates and time where motion occurred.
I want to see an example that pulls together the Bing Speech API, Speaker Recognition, and LUIS. This would show me how to understand and react to commands based on who said them.19 votes
There should be a place that has the current status of the APIs & website, as well as the history for when there are outages or service interruptions.7 votes
Go to the documentation here: https://www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/en-us/speech-api/documentation/getstarted/get-started-csharp-win10
Click to download code: https://oxfordportal.blob.core.windows.net/example-speech/SpeechRecognitionExample.UniversalApp.zip
This sample depends on the pre-RTM version of Windows 10, making it impossible to proceed.3 votes
Thanks for letting us know about the broken code! We’ve updated our documentation to link to the built-in Windows 10 Speech API which is the suggested way to call Speech API through UWP applications. You can read more about it using the links below.
The SDK only works for .NET developers. The rest of the world would like to use these APIs too.7 votes
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