Limited Access to Speaker Recognition

As part of Microsoft's commitment to responsible AI, Speaker Recognition is designed with the intention of protecting the rights of individuals and society and fostering transparent human-computer interaction. For this reason, Microsoft's Speaker Recognition feature is a Limited Access feature available by registration only, and only for certain use cases.

Registration process

As a Limited Access feature, Speaker Recognition requires registration. Only customers managed by Microsoft, meaning those who are working directly with Microsoft account teams, are eligible for access. Customers who wish to use this feature are required to register by submitting a registration form. The use of Speaker Recognition is limited to the use case selected at the time of registration. Microsoft may require customers to re-verify this information.

The Speaker Recognition is made available to customers under the terms governing their subscription to Microsoft Azure Services (including the Service Specific Terms). Please review these terms carefully as they contain important conditions and obligations governing your use of Speaker Recognition.

Learn more about the legal terms that apply to this feature here.

Help and support

FAQ about Limited Access features can be found here.

If you need help with Speaker Recognition, find support here.

Report abuse of Speaker Recognition here.

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