Infermedica

Infermedica is an API for medical diagnosis. It allows you to submit anonymized patient health data (such as symptoms and risk factors) for diagnostic analysis. Infermedica's intelligent inference engine analyzes the data and looks for possible diagnoses in a broad medical knowledge base. In the result you receive an assessment of likely conditions and suggestions of relevant symptoms to verify as well as cost-efficient lab tests to order. Infermedica API can be used to create new or enrich existing healthcare products and services with intelligent diagnostic insights. Basic use-cases include creating intelligent and adaptive patient interviews or building an advanced clinical decision support tools for clinicians.

Microsoft Project Oxford Vision

The Microsoft Project Oxford Vision API allows developers to access and integrate the vision functionality of Microsoft Project Oxford. Some example API methods include processing images, detecting images, and returning thumbnail images. Microsoft Project Oxford offers a collection of APIs and SDKs for developers to add intelligent features to their applications.

Microsoft Project Oxford Speech

The Microsoft Project Oxford Speech API allows developers to access and integrate the voice recognition and detection functionality of Microsoft Project Oxford. Some example API methods include recognizing voices, playing voice output, and managing voices. Microsoft Project Oxford offers a collection of APIs and SDKs for developers to add intelligent features to their applications.

Microsoft Project Oxford Face

The Microsoft Project Oxford Face API allows developers to access and integrate the face recognition and detection functionality of Microsoft Project Oxford. Some example API methods include analyzing faces, retrieving face information, and managing people and groups of people. Microsoft Project Oxford offers a collection of APIs and SDKs for developers to add intelligent features to their applications.

Microsoft Outlook

The Microsoft Outlook REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Microsoft Outlook with other applications. Some example API methods include connecting to calendars, retrieving contacts, and finding people in a contact list. Microsoft Outlook is an email, calendar, and contact management system.

Lottorisq

Lottorisq offers integration into international lottery games at fixed cost and zero risk. The scalable API platform provides direct wholesale purchasing and A-rated insurance at industry-leading pricing. Requests and responses are formatted in JSON. Extensive documentation is available upon registration.

Audiosear.ch

Audiosear.ch is a full-text search & recommendation API for podcasts and radio. The goal of this audio intelligence API is to provide smart audio recommendations based on networks, shows, categories, and topics. To authorize access, developers need OAuth. A visible link is available to test the API on the Audiosear.ch site.

Sunlight Docket Wrench

Use the Docket Wrench API by the Sunlight Foundation to investigate the rulemaking process of federal agencies. Leveraging text analysis and clustering tools, Docket Wrench uses metadata from documents, agencies, and dockets to track public comments and entities and reveal their influence across documents. The API uses HTTP GET methods and JSON, and requires an API Key. Use Docket Wrench to: search for a specific agency or entity, find entity-document overlap, or search federal and non-federal documents.

Sunlight Real-Time Federal Campaign Finance

Use the Real-Time Federal Campaign Finance API to find campaign finance information on federal candidates, committees, PACs, and other groups that file with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). The API returns results in JSON or CSV and requires an API Key. Information provided by groups that file electronically is available immediately, while groups that file on paper have their information added as soon as it is digitized by the FEC. See the project page for more information and to access a test API.

3D Hubs Teleport

The 3D Hubs Teleport API allows anyone to send their model to one of 16,000+ public printing locations around the world. The API uses JSON or XML for requests and returns, with a maximum request size of 128 MB. Teleport authenticates via OAuth1 and requires a Consumer Key and Secret. Register with 3D Hubs to receive your credentials. See the API documentation for more information on how to get started with Teleport.