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Humans can look at an image or video and identify objects, recognize faces, and extract information. After years of research, computers are now also able to perform these tasks, potentially leading to numerous business benefits.
In this session, Martin will show you how to extract information from images and video using a pre-trained service called Amazon Rekognition—and with demos and code examples, he will show you how to add image and video analysis to your applications. No machine learning skill is required.
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Lightning Talk: AWS AI services for image and video analysis with .NET
As a principle evangelist for Amazon Web Services, Martin travels the world showcasing the transformational capabilities of AWS. In his time as an evangelist, Martin has spoken at over 200 events and meetups as well as producing, blogs, tutorials and broadcasts.