The IBM Watson AlchemyVision API analyzes images by using natural language processing technology and machine learning algorithms to determine their content and context. Users can submit images as either URLs or files. The API will recognize, tag, and categorize the images as well as detect faces, identify people, and return confidence scores.
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The IBM Watson Developer Cloud iOS SDK is written in Objective-C to simplify the construction of Watson applications for mobile devices. Developers can use the SDK to optimize the functionality features, such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and mobile interactivity, of their apps. The Carthage platform plays the instrumental role of supporting the SDK’s management of dependencies and construction of binary frameworks. The scope of the IBM Watson Objective-C SDK is restricted to Apple iOS products.