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https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cognitive-services

Cognitive Services bring AI within reach of every developer—without requiring machine-learning expertise. All it takes is an API call to embed the ability to see, hear, speak, search, understand, and accelerate decision-making into your apps.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/Welcome

Azure Cognitive Services provides a layered security model, including authentication via Azure Active Directory credentials, a valid resource key, and Azure Virtual Networks. Container support. Cognitive Services provides containers for deployment in the Azure cloud or on-premises. Learn more about Cognitive Services Containers.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services

Cognitive Service Containers. Container support in Azure Cognitive Services allows developers to use the same rich APIs that are available in Azure, and enables flexibility in where to deploy and host the services that come with Docker containers.

https://news.microsoft.com/cognitive

“Cognitive Services is about taking all of the machine learning and AI smarts that we have in this company and exposing them to developers through easy-to-use APIs, so that they don’t have to invent the technology themselves,” said Mike Seltzer, a principal researcher in the Speech and Dialog Research Group at Microsoft’s research lab ...

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/ner-v3-preview-update1

The Named Entity Recognition (NER) v3 service (in preview) of Cognitive Services Text Analytics now has new entity types available, expanding the detection of general and personal information entities found in text.