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Identifying snow leopards with AI
Camera traps capture hundreds of thousands of photos of snow leopards in the wild. Spotting well-camouflaged leopards within these photos is a labour-intensive task that AI can accomplish in minutes. Azure Machine Learning, MMLSpark and Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit are used to automate image classification.
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Using AI to test for the 'Marmite Gene'
People either love or hate the taste of Marmite. AnalogFolk created TasteFace using the Microsoft Emotion API to recognise facial expressions, helping people discover their own ‘Marmite Gene’. People are invited to taste Marmite in front of the app; facial recognition technology then analyses their reactions to it.
Growing smarter with Azure
Government funded agritech centre, Agrimetrics, uses big data to improve the sustainability throughout the agrifoods system. AI powered by Microsoft Azure technology helps people such as potato farmers to be able to predict in advance what is going to be the yield at the end of the season.
Marks & Spencer and the future of retail
Marks & Spencer leverages machine learning, computer vision, and AI to become a digital first business to weave technology into every touch point, both in its stores and behind the scenes. Using Microsoft Cognitive Services, M&S can track, manage and replenish stock levels in real time.