The Ditto Photo Reader API enables users to evaluate a photo (or URL) stream that is provided to Ditto's matching engine. Ditto will determine if any brand in our catalog appears in those photos. Fees for the Photo Reader API are based on the volume of photos analyzed. Ditto Labs scans social media for images, faces, and mentions of brands.
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23-11-15 15:55:52[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Ditto Labs, OpenStack Monasca, ReminderDrop, Pure Storage updated with Related API Ditto Photo Reader