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Microsoft Cognitive Services

Intelequia works with Cognitive Services to develop powerful solutions that facilitate the natural and contextual interaction of users, through the latest advances in this type of technology. Microsoft Cognitive Services combines artificial intelligence, 
machine learning and Big Data with applications that integrate and humanize our solutions with: voice, vision language, search and knowledge.

"Hi. I'm Cortana"

Service types

This series of services generally supported in Microsoft Azure allow us to find the right solution under different scenarios, being able to adapt its consumption from any other technology or platform. Within each branch of cognitive services we have a gallery of API's to integrate into our solutions, these categories are:

Vision

State-of-the-art image processing algorithms help you moderate content automatically and build more personalized apps by returning smart insights about faces, images, and emotions.

Speech

Processing spoken language in your applications.

Language

Allow your apps to process natural language, evaluate sentiment and topics, and learn how to recognize what users want.

Knowledge

Map complex information and data in order to solve tasks such as intelligent recommendations and semantic search.

Search

Make your apps, webpages, and other experiences smarter and more engaging with the Bing Search APIs.

What can cognitive services do for you?

Improve communication

Both internally and externally, communication can lay the foundation for success or failure. Have you ever wondered how your message could be perceived by your client or your boss?

Make better decisions

According to multiple sources, the average adult makes about 35,000 decisions a day. For companies, many of these decisions have important implications. Fortunately, there is a much smarter alternative to expensive boardroom meetings, thanks to solutions like tradeoff analysis.

Build strategic business relationships

Cognitive services such as entity recognition give computers the ability to classify news and sources into relevant business categories, such as internal restructuring or mergers and acquisitions.

Increases performance

The average experienced worker spends 2.5 hours a day looking for information. Technology can drastically reduce this expense of manual time and effort. This effort translates into higher operating expenses, lower competitive advantage, poor customer service and missed goals. As data increases in all industries, cognitive services can make structured and unstructured data from many different sources universally accessible, across the organization, and beyond.

These are just a few ways that cognitive services can improve your business, helping you save time, resources and money. Learn more about benefits and competitive advantages by contacting us.