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Microsoft Cognitive Services for Developers: 4 Search

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Add intelligent search to your apps. Understand how to use the Microsoft Cognitive Services search APIs to tap into billions of webpages, images, videos, and news results.

Microsoft Cognitive Services opens up artificial intelligence to every developer. Search is a core pillar of Cognitive Services, allowing your application to tap into an ad-free, internet-scale search engine—Microsoft Bing—with access to billions of webpages, images, videos, and news results. This course shows how to use the search APIs in Cognitive Services to execute simple text-based, image, and video searches. Plus, explore the Bing Autosuggest API, which allows you to submit a query and return a list of suggested terms that other users have entered, and Bing Custom Search, which restricts search results to the domains, sites, and webpages that you choose.


  • The power of internet search in your application
  • What you should know
1. Bing Web Search
  • What is Bing Web Search?
  • Install Postman
  • Set up search in the Azure portal
  • Execute a simple search query
  • Analyze the results
  • Reference and other possibilities
2. Bing Image Search
  • What is Bing Image Search?
  • Execute an image search
  • Bing Image Search reference
3. Bing Video Search
  • What is Bing Video Search?
  • Execute a video search and analyze the results
  • Bing Video Search reference
4. Bing Autosuggest
  • What is Bing Autosuggest?
  • Execute an autosuggest query and analyze the results
  • Bing Autosuggest API reference
5. Custom Search
  • What is Bing Custom Search?
  • Configure custom search
  • Demonstrate custom search in action
  • Custom search reference
  • Conclusion and next steps

Taught by

Sahil Malik

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