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Microsoft Garage’s Flower Recognition app now available in China for iOS users

The Flower Recognition app from Microsoft Garage is really as straightforward as it sounds. You snap a picture of a flower, and this app will tell you its common name, as well as a few other details. Microsoft researchers worked with botanists at the Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IBCAS) to developer the Smart […]
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