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The pricing is difficult to find (all the way towards the bottom of the VR homepage), and the feature names attached to the prices don't seem to actually match up with what they're called in the demo and docs. For example, does 'Image Classificati...
From the demo, it seems pretty clear that the tags are returned with percentage accuracy, but the documentation seems to suggest this is not the case. There needs to be clearer communication within the demo on what the scores mean, or there should...
Feedback from a user: "I think I would like to grab the data sets for the demos that you show on the webpage, yet neither of them are available which I find very odd. That would probably help me use it if I could have a step-by-step instructions w...
I want to be able to search within an image for similar results.
When using Similarity Search, I want to be able to be able to drag a bounding box around specific items within an image to perform a similar image search. The service only allowed me to analyze the entire image for similar results.
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