Learn how the Watson Visual Recognition service can train your app to recognize images for more accurate search results.

In this video:

  • Kevin Gong, Senior Associate Offering Manager, Watson Visual Recognition
  • Matt Hill, Senior Software Engineer, IBM Watson

In this Building with Watson webinar, Offering Manager Kevin Gong and Senior Software Engineer Matt Hill will show you how to use the Visual Recognition service to make your apps better at recognize images for more accurate search results.

The Visual Recognition service uses deep learning algorithms to analyze images for scenes, objects, faces, and other content. The response includes keywords that provide information about the content. A set of built-in classes provides highly accurate results without training, but, of course, you can train custom classifiers to create specialized classes, building your own custom collections of images.

Here’s how you create and use the classifier:

How to use the Watson Visual Recognition service.

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