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Natural Language Processing, or NLP, is what computers do to understand all of the nuances in human languages, including definitions, semantics, and linguistics. This article details the ten most popular NLP APIs, as revealed by visitor traffic on the ProgrammableWeb website.
Though there are concerns about AI, it is probably the hottest trend in computer science at the moment. Developers looking to add intelligence to applications can check out the ProgrammableWeb Artificial Intelligence category for the best choices, including these fourteen very popular AI APIs.
Machine Learning (ML) is a type of Artificial Intelligence in which the main principal is that computers can learn and make decisions without relying on human programming. ML APIs can be used to enhance applications with predictive functions and more. Here are some top ML APIs from ProgrammableWeb.
In this, developer-blogger Alex Kras shows us how to overcome the 60 second audio file limitation of the free tier of Google's Cloud Speech API by taking a longer audio file, breaking it up into short chunks, and then cycling through those chunks to make a complete transcription.
Machine learning is everywhere these days including your smartphone, your email, your Amazon.com account and even your connected car. This article highlights the top 10 machine learning APIs on ProgrammableWeb. API capabilities include image tagging, speech recognition and predictive modeling.
Following an all night hack, a spirited game of 2 am laser tag, a voting finale in speed-geek format (think speed dating for hackers), and with the support and advice of over 15 developer evangelists from some of the leading API providers, the winners of ProgrammableWeb’s first APIcon hackathon were announced yesterday at APIcon. Winners included two security camera apps, an automated travel expenditure app for the connected car, and a machine language chat support client. Teams were given one main criteria (to use as many of the sponsored APIs as possible) and encouraged to unleash their creativity.
Voice is considered the next great user interface, but the challenge is finding a way to cost effectively enable its use. At the APIcon 2014 conference this week, Alex Lebrun, co-founder and CEO of Wit.AI, showed how developers can make use of an API to add voice-recognition capabilities to their applications.
Voice command company Wit updates its API. LoginRadius raises money, lowers login frustration. Richland Library's Discovery Service API, caching Encyclopedia of Life calls, and 7 new APIs.
Of the many APIs we published this week, twelve were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those twelve, which include the Tumbz API. Tumbz takes the idea of customer reviews to the next level by making it more customized to the individual. Instead of having an average rating from everyone, Tumbz allows its users to see the ratings of people they respect, have similar interests to, or generally agree with. The Tumbz API simply makes this functionality available to developers. To learn more about the Tumbz API visit the Tumbz site as well as the Tumbz API blog post.
Are you a developer wishing you could insert Siri-like capabilities into your app? Wit is in the alpha phase but worth a close look. In the graphic below, and if you go to their website, y0u see how it translates language into meaning. Every example parses an intent. Examples are weather forecast (from the graphic), restaurant booking, get (something), heating control. There are an infinite number of intentions--because you can define them. Then it figures out subsequent pieces (the when and place in the example below. The Wit API returns Json and authenticates with OAuth2.