How to call the OCI AI Language Service from the Oracle Integration Cloud by Daniel Teixeira

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The OCI AI Language service is one of the new set of AI Services and it can provide valuable capabilities in the context of the OIC. I wrote about the language AI service in this post. There are plenty of use cases where OIC could potentially benefit from AI Services, anomaly detection being an obvious one, but also language with the ability to detect sentiment, detect language and extract key words from text.

This post will focus for now on the technical side of setting this up in OIC. Later on I will bring more posts focusing on specific use cases.

Step 1: Create a Connection

This is similar to other Connections, like Object Storage and Functions.

The connection URL can be found here.

And here the usual required configuration details, like the OCID’s for user and tenancy, and the PrivateKey + Fingerprint. I covered this more in detail in previous posts (here). Read the complete article here.

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