The Google Cloud Vision API allows developers to create applications that understand image content using machine learning. Google Cloud Vision can classify images into categories, detect objects, detect faces, and read printed words contained in images. It can analyze images as they're uploaded, or it can be integrated with image storage on Google Cloud Storage.
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The Google Cloud Vision Java SDK by Google interacts with the API to detect image label, logos, landmarks, explicit content, and optical character recognition. Download is available via Maven and Gradle.
The Google Cloud Vision Go SDK by Google can access detection features via API. It includes an application credentials example. Documentation is available at https://godoc.org/golang.org/x/oauth2/google
The Google Cloud Vision Guzzle PHP SDK by Thijs Feryn integrates image content analytics via Guzzle, a PHP HTTP client. Test available at https://github.com/ThijsFeryn/google-cloud-vision-api/blob/master/examples/test.php