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The combination of natural language processing and advanced text analytics is giving rise to a new class of cognitive applications that have the potential to radically transform the way entire industries operate. The most famous instance of a cognitive application is, of course, IBM Watson, the supercomputer that IBM built on top of Power processors to best the champions from the Jeopardy quiz show.
In 2011, the Guardian launched its local messaging bulletin: n0tice. Although the platform encouraged open journalism, the Guardian has expanded the effort with the launch the n0tice API last week. The very premise of n0tice offers value from a locality perspective. With the open API, the value of the local bulletin can be integrated with any developer's application.
Google this week unveiled a first release of the Project Ara Module Developers Kit; Google is calling it an MDK rather than SDK. The kit is truly in an alpha state at version 0.10. Despite its far-from-finished status, Google wanted to offer developers a peek at what they'll be able to do with Project Ara.
||The Knewin News API allows developers to access structured news content that has been aggregated from blogs, websites, and printed media from around the world. Knewin provides millions of news...||News Services||09.11.2016|
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||This API is a Webservice based XML call for Hot Article Topics. Ex Libirs bX allows you to view popular articles from libraries around the world. Topics include Agriculture, business, Engineering...||News Services||07.14.2016|
||News API provides live headlines, images, and other article metadata from a range of popular news sources and blogs including TechCrunch, Reuters, NYT, WSJ, and BBC News. Available in JSON...||News Services||07.07.2016|
||Presshub.io allows for developers to publish external site's articles and posts to many of the major online content publishers, such as Facebook Instant Articles, Apple News, and Medium.||API||06.23.2016|
||The 511NY API integrates New York's traffic data. It is available in REST protocol with a developer Key. Traffic speeds, incidents, roadwork, and cameras can be included in new mobile traffic...||New York City||06.13.2016|