Three really fast video tutorials show you how easy it is to integrate three Watson services – Sentiment Analysis, Visual Recognition, and Text to Speech – into your Swift app using Bluemix.

These quick video tutorials show you how easy it is to integrate three Watson services into your Swift app using Bluemix.

Sentiment Analysis

Now, the Natural Language Understanding component.

Analyze text to extract meta-data from content such as concepts, entities, keywords, categories, sentiment, emotion, relations, semantic roles, using natural language understanding. With custom annotation models developed using Watson Knowledge Studio, identify industry/domain specific entities and relations in unstructured text.

Visual Recognition

Find meaning in visual content! Analyze images for scenes, objects, faces, and other content. Choose a default model off the shelf, or create your own custom classifier. Find similar images within a collection. Develop smart applications that analyze the visual content of images or video frames to understand what is happening in a scene.

Text to Speech

The Text to Speech service processes text and natural language to generate synthesized audio output complete with appropriate cadence and intonation. It is available in several voices: English (US; 2 female voices, 1 male voice), English (UK; 1 female voice), French (1 female voice), German (1 female voice, 1 male voice), Italian (1 female voice), Spanish (Castilian; 1 female voice, 1 male voice), Spanish (North American; 1 female voice), Portuguese (Brazil; 1 female voice), and Japanese (1 female voice).

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Cognitive Computing

Create apps that accelerate, enhance, and scale the human experience.

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