Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Artificial Intelligence Service (Language) by Daniel Teixeira

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The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) has a set of AI services which include:

  • Language (GA)
  • Anomaly Detection (GA)
  • Speech (LA)
  • Vision (LA)

Language and Anomaly are Generally Available and the others are still on a Limited Availability mode, and should be released in the upcoming months.

I will briefly cover the Language AI service in this post.

Language AI

Language is serverless and multi-tenant service that is accessible using REST API calls. It provides pretrained models that are frequently retrained and monitored to provide you with the best results. You can automate sophisticated text analysis at scale without any machine learning expertise. -> from documentation

Find the Service

In your OCI console the Language service is under Analytics & AI

Once you open it, a prefilled random text will help us to immediately test the service.

We can choose which tools to use for the analysis.

The language detection service identifies which language the input text is in. It is able to identify a wide list of languages. Check here the list. It is recommended at least 10 words for better results, which is reflected in the confidence percentage. Read the complete article here.

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