Auto recognise wich custom model to use.
Woult it be posible to auto detect wich custom model to use? In a normal invoicing flow you would have one big pile of different invoices and send Them to be recognizer.
Then it would sort Them in 2 piles one wher a model was found and one without.
Do you understand what i Mean by that?
With the v2.1 preview announced last week, we have added support for “Model Compose” to support this functionality
Cha Zhang commented
This feature is in private preview now. Will go public preview in August.
Is there an update on this? I'm not seeing anything in the latest preview release that has come out after the update of it being planned in the next release.
I dont know when next release is planed but if it's take too long, you can use a pre processing using azure custom vision (https://azure.microsoft.com/fr-fr/services/cognitive-services/custom-vision-service/) that will help you to chose the best model
Mick Quinlan commented
"This feature is being planned for the next release"
When is the next release expected to happen?
Sean Flynn commented
I have a use case where each page of a PDF could be a different form so this feature would be cool if it could deduce which model to use on the fly for each page.
Charles Chen commented
For this flow, you need to use the analyze layout endpoint to kind of perform a pre-analysis by extracting the title and other metadata about the form.
Then you can use that information to select a model to use.
What would be nice is to be able to "chain" these two together automatically like associating key words with the model and then have a service endpoint that accepts the document, extracts the potential title lines (using the largest text closest to the top of the page), and then matching that to a model automatically.
If you have not tried the layouts service yet, you can find the documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/form-recognizer/quickstarts/python-layout
I made a short tutorial video on how to use this in C#: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMjIYGPj6gI