The One Minute AI #14 - Bing Video Search

Series introduction

 
Welcome to a new series of short articles I am presenting about Artificial Intelligence specifically in the Azure AI stack. The objective is that you will learn about an Azure-based AI service in no more than one minute and thus quickly get familiar with the entire stack over a short period of time. These are going short, easily digestible articles so let's get started!
 

What is Bing Video Search?

 
Bing Video Search allows you to add advanced video search features to either an app or a website, similar to Bing Video. The results are returned with metadata including video length, video quality, view count, information about the creator and encoding format as well as trending videos and video previews. Bing Video Search includes videos from a variety of sources including YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion. Bing Video Search is fully integrated with other Bing services, such as Bing News.
 
You can also filter results by video length, price, resolution and freshness or customize a feed of trending videos from around the world, as well as customizing a feed based on the topic. It also allows reverse searches.
 
Bing Video Search’s features include the following,
 
Bing Video Search 
 
Bing Statistics provides analytics for Bing Entity Search. This means that you can easily check geographical location, call volume, market distribution and the popularity of query strings, among others. 
 
Bing Entity Search API is a RESTful web service which means that you can easily call it from any programming language that can make HTTP requests and parse JSON.
 
Find out more,
  • https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cognitive-services/bing-video-search-api/
  • https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/bing-video-search/overview
  • https://vidooly.com/blog/microsoft-bing-video-search/