Microsoft’s Project Oxford machine learning Speaker and Video APIs available

Development of Microsoft’s Project Oxford appears to be picking up steam as the company has just made its Speaker Recognition and Video APIs available in a public preview. Microsoft’s Project Oxford is the company’s specialized program looking to harness the future of Artificial Intelligence. In a much broader sense, Project Oxford represents what Microsoft believes the future of personal computing may evolve into as software for visual, auditory, or vocal inputs advances. As for what the Speaker Recognition APIs hold, developers can look forward to stronger authentication of users by way of their voices. The API itself, is not a replacement for an already common authentication mode, but will serve as an enhancement to current implementations. Thanks in part to the unique characteristics voice identification can tap into, Microsoft is looking…


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