Recently, A.I. has become even more accessible with the Power Platform using the A.I. Builder functionality. Microsoft have given us four powerful templates to use to create our own models; Binary Classification, Form Processing, Object Detection and Text Classification. This blog will be the first of two which will cover Form Processing.
The Form Processing builder is extremely useful for visually processing forms and converting them into computer readable data. This can take the long manual task of inputting data and turn it into a quick automatic process. This blog will take you through the steps to create your own custom model which can be used in PowerApps or Microsoft Flow.
Training can take several minutes and you do not need to stay on the page while it processes. Once it has completed you will be able to see this screen above and will be able to either choose to publish it, delete it or run a quick test. Publishing it will make it available to PowerApps and Flow. As mentioned before, you are currently unable to retrain the model so if you want to do this you will have to delete the model and create a new one.
The next blog in this series will go into detail on how to integrate this with Microsoft Flow to automate the form processing process.