Pixuate offers a suite of image processing services that includes facial recognition, object recognition, scanning and textual character matching, and more. The Pixuate Web APIs can be implemented into web and mobile applications via REST protocols. Using an API console, developers can upload photos into buckets for use in image processing. HTTP POST requests can then be initiated to perform Pixuate image recognition functions, with potential use cases including: relating images to products, improving marketing with detailed facial statistics, locating logos within pictures using template matching, scanning a card to quickly upload debit card numbers, and more.
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