I tested "Read text in images", or named OCR, and found this.
I selected Chinese Simplified, but I got Chinese Traditional character.
Please see the fourth char.5 votes
The new Read 3.1 API public preview adds Simplified Chinese support. Read is our latest OCR technology based on deep learning models. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/computer-vision/whats-new#read-api-v31-public-preview-adds-simplified-chinese-support
The ability to recognize products could enable the following Retail Scenarios:
1. Build Shopping Lists by taking pictures of products
2. Detect On Shelf Availability
3. Detect Misplaced Products on Shelves
4. Comparison Shopping
5. Contextual Shopping (Shazaam for shopping)8 votes
Thank you for the idea and feedback. Can you provide some additional images. These can be added here:
—-Please select “Custom/Sample image”
For example, What type of information would be helpful to have with an image of a bottle of Cherry Coke?
IE – Bottle, Coca-Cola, Cherry, Plastic, Size. Any additional examples will help with implementing improvements.
It may be nice to have a feature whereby the generated thumbnail retained the proportionality of the original. In this mode the width and height parameters would be interpreted as not-to-exceed values.6 votes
Looking for a way to run an instance of the computer vision API on our own servers18 votes
Several functionalities of Computer Vision API are now available as Cognitive Services containers.
Current API Vision don't do well with license plantes. This capability will enable lots of scenarios, for example: Customer segmentation in highways, customized parking Customer Experience, etc121 votes
Thank you for your request. After looking into it, we have decided not to pursue this feature at this time.
I would like to be able to control the quality of jpg output from the "generate a thumbnail" API
I want to use the generated thumbnails on mobile with the smart crop option as it prevents crops which just centre a image and often chop the subjects in the photos head off but the returned quality of the jpg is by far much lower than would I would like to use within a app (which has a high DPI)
I guess a 0-100 quality setting which jpgs often provide would be great14 votes
I'm working on a case to detect if a picture has been tampered with, mainly in the field of car Insurance, but could be applied to different fields. Are there any pointers on this?4 votes
Wouldn't be cool to have an API Function to recognize a building and returning its location ?7 votes
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