What's new in Azure Cognitive Service for Language?
Azure Cognitive Service for Language is updated on an ongoing basis. To stay up-to-date with recent developments, this article provides you with information about new releases and features.
- Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) support is available in the Language REST API preview for Text Analytics for health.
- Expanded language support for:
Model improvements for latest model-version for text summarization
Model 2021-10-01 is Generally Available (GA) for Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining, featuring enhanced modeling for emojis and better accuracy across all supported languages.
Question Answering: Active learning v2 incorporates a better clustering logic providing improved accuracy of suggestions. It considers user actions when suggestions are accepted or rejected to avoid duplicate suggestions, and improve query suggestions.
- The version 3.1-preview.x REST endpoints and 5.1.0-beta.x client library have been retired. Please upgrade to the General Available version of the API(v3.1). If you're using the client libraries, use package version 5.1.0 or higher. See the migration guide for details.
Based on ongoing customer feedback, we have increased the character limit per document for Text Analytics for health from 5,120 to 30,720.
Azure Cognitive Service for Language release, with support for:
- Question Answering (now Generally Available)
- Sentiment Analysis and opinion mining
- Key Phrase Extraction
- Named Entity Recognition (NER), Personally Identifying Information (PII)
- Language Detection
- Text Analytics for health
- Text summarization preview
- Custom Named Entity Recognition (Custom NER) preview
- Custom Text Classification preview
- Conversational Language Understanding preview
Preview model version
2021-10-01-previewfor Sentiment Analysis and Opinion mining, which provides:
SDK support for sending requests to custom models:
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