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Box continues to encourage creativity and innovation with its ongoing parade of challenges, competitions, and hackathons. Its latest quest to engage the developer community arrives in the form of a Risk-inspired online battle: BRISK. BRISK started as a typical Box challenge; however, to date it has developed into its "own wondrous virtual world, complete with it’s own servers, it’s own API and it’s own set of rules." The strategy and competition have become intense and complicated, but the goal remains simple: "devise the optimal strategy for your bot to take over the world."
Where were you when Hurricane Sandy hit, and what were you doing? If you're like many other ProgrammableWeb readers, you weren't watching news reports on TV--you were using social media to keep tabs on your friends and family, and taking advantage of the vast amounts of data available on the Internet to make sense of the situation. Below, a round-up of how Twitter and other online resources helped people get through the record-breaking "super storm."
||The pCloud API is a development platform for online storage solutions. The API is split into the HTTP/JSON and binary protocols. The HTTP/JSON protocol deploys HTTP calls to support the development...||Cloud||07.30.2016|
||This REST API allows access to weather forecasts and reports, severe weather alerts and information about when the sun and moon rise and set, and the phase of the moon. The HERE Weather API returns...||Mapping||07.29.2016|
PicPurify Realtime Porn Image Detection
||Picpurify is an adult content moderation service based on deep learning technology. Over 1 million images were used to create an algorithm that identifies adult related content. The Realtime Porn...||Images||07.21.2016|
||Pingeolo is a geolocation provider with local data features such as longitude, latitude, weather, and timezone. It also offers an IP geolocation database for 170 countries which supports applications...||Location||07.16.2016|
||The Synoptic Data integrates weather information into applications. It is available in JSON architecture with SSL GET requests. Tutorials available at https://api.synoptic.io/tutorials/||Weather||06.28.2016|