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Azure Cognitive Service for Language

November saw the announcement of Azure Cognitive Service for Language – a unification of Text Analytics, QnA Maker and LUIS (Language Understanding).

Though these existing services continue to exist and are supported, new features are available in the unified service and innovation will take place within Azure Cognitive Service for Language, whereas the existing services will go into a depreciation timeline (dates to be announced).

There are already new features in preview with more on the horizon and you can take a look at what they are here:

Introducing Azure Cognitive Service for Language (microsoft.com)

Post Terms: Azure Cognitive Service for Language | NLP

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