Dextro Image Recognition is a service that allows for object recognition in images. Dextro's functionality recognizes objects and the location of objects in images.
The Dextro Image Recognition API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Dextro with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should sign up here for API access: https://www.dextrorobotics.com/signup.
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Photo APIs have long been a staple of developer applications. There are more than 350 photo APIs in the ProgrammableWeb directory and almost 800 photo mashups. However, most applications integrate with photo sharing services, like the Flickr API and Instagram API, missing the real power of photo APIs. This post identifies four ways that APIs are getting smart by using image recognition technology to find faces, words and more.