Hello techies. In this article, I'll go over how to use the Azure portal to create a Cognitive Services resource. I discussed Azure congtive services in a previous article. So I hope you'll prefer the below article before this.
Azure Cognitive Services are cloud-based services with REST APIs and client library SDKs to assist developers in incorporating cognitive intelligence into applications without the need for direct artificial intelligence (AI) or data science skills or knowledge. Azure Cognitive Services enables developers to easily incorporate cognitive features into their applications by providing cognitive solutions that can see, hear, speak, understand, and even reason.
Cognitive Services Resource Types
You can access Azure Cognitive Services via one of two resources: a multi-service resource or a single-service resource.
- Multi-service resource:
- Use a single key and endpoint to access multiple Azure Cognitive Services.
- Billing from the services you use is consolidated.
- Single-service resource:
- Access a single Azure Cognitive Service using a unique key and endpoint for each service created.
- To try out the service, use the free tier.
- A current Azure subscription.
- To agree to the responsible AI terms and create a resource, you must have a Cognitive Services Contributor role assigned to your Azure account.
Through the next Article I hope to discuss further and how to create a new Azure Cognitive Services resource.