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    Completed  ·  Raymond responded

    We now have this type of capability using our Custom Vision Service. You can find further details to get started on the Custom Vision Service overview page.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/custom-vision-service/home

    Custom Vision Service is a tool for building custom image classifiers, and for making them better over time. For example, if you want a tool that could identify images of “Daisies”, “Daffodils”, and “Dahlias”, you could train a classifier to do that. You do so by providing Custom Vision Service with images for each tag you want to recognize.

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    Allison Light commented  · 

    Thanks Ryan & Benny. We do not have the functionality available today, but it's extremely helpful to know that you're interested in it. This is actually already tracked by a different request in the forum, so I'm going to merge these two articles together.

    Appreciate the feedback!

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    Allison Light commented  · 

    Thanks for reaching out! Is there a specific API you're interested in for training a domain specific model?

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