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Inside Microsoft OCR Libraries.
« on: November 24, 2014, 12:24 AM »
In the light of what I wrote here:
...In our OCR case, I can better explain if I make a comparison: OCR is to data gathering/extraction what push-button dialling was to the telephone. ...

- this could be useful to know about:
Inside Windows Platform – Inside Microsoft OCR Libraries
(Copied below sans embedded hyperlinks/images.)
November 21, 2014 by Emilio Salvador Prieto // PC, Phone, Tablet // 2 Comments   

In this episode of Inside Windows Platform, we talked with Ivan Stojiljkovic, the Dev Lead of the OCR team at Microsoft.

OCR is acompelling developer scenario which can empower all sorts of useful mobile apps. Microsoft has been developing OCR functionality for its apps for some time now. In order to get real world data, the OCR team first published their code as part of the Bing Translator app, which gave them extensive data, allowing them to deliver near real-time translation of any camera captured text.

Now, the OCR team is giving you the ability to leverage the power of character recognition to your applications. The OCR team has published their libraries to NuGet, for you.

Video here, source below

Here are some links to the related materials:
    Microsoft OCR library NuGet page
    Microsoft OCR library sample app
    Microsoft OCR library MSDN documentation
    DevRadio show featuring the Microsoft OCR Library

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