Microsoft Research's Project Oxford is now offering a public beta version of its Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS).
Project Oxford is a collection of machine-learning application programming interfaces (API) and services.
Developers can use LUIS to build intelligent apps that understand natural language. Apps would accept natural language inputs similar to the way the Windows 10 digital assistant Cortana can be used to set reminders by uttering commands in plain English.
Previously, LUIS was available on an invitation-only basis.
Project Oxford also is offering Chinese language support and more pre-built models, which are based on the code Microsoft uses for its own products.
In addition, Microsoft has published beta versions of the Project Oxford face, computer vision, and speech software development kits to the GitHub code repository. "This will enable us to better work with the community and build a more inclusive, robust platform," Galgon says.
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