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Identifying Landmarks with Vision API
Google Cloud Vision API is capable of recognizing a range of different types of objects in images, such as faces, text, and even handwriting. In this hands-on lab, you’ll use the API to detect and identify landmarks from around the globe in both a Cloud Storage bucket and via a remote URL.
Table of Contents
Enable the API
Enable the Google Cloud Vision API, either through the GCP console or the Cloud Shell.
Create the Required Cloud Storage Bucket
Create the Cloud Storage bucket to hold the images being processed.
Retrieve Files from the Repo and Copy Them to the Bucket
Clone the GitHub repository to retrieve the example files and copy them to the Cloud Storage bucket.
Call Vision API
Execute the command to call the Cloud Vision API and process the specified file.
Note: You will see and identify different images from what is shown in the video.
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