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Even with today's open source technologies for applying artificial intelligence and machine learning, there are still some thorny challenges to getting both right. Especially at a reasonable cost to both the pocketbook and the planet. But API-led approaches might be able to ease the pain.
Twilio has released its annual State of Customer Engagement Report and to find out more about the report and the trends that it spotlights, ProgrammableWeb's editor-in-chief David Berlind captured a video interview with Al Cook, the company's Vice President and General Manager of AI
Neurala, AI-powered visual inspection solution provider, recently announced that its Brain Builder SDK has now been optimized to enable edge learning for use cases such as manufacturing. Brain Builder is a vision AI platform and allows users to build customized AI solutions on a network edge device.
Appdome and ImmuniWeb have announced a new initiative that aims to find and remediate mobile application security vulnerabilities. The joint initiative, MobileTRUST, is an attempt to provide developers with a simple and reliable solution for rapid application security validation.
Yelp recently announced that it will open source its fuzz-lightyear testing framework. Fuzz-lightyear specifically identifies Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerabilities which present some of the most difficult vulnerabilities for enterprises to systematically defend against.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Security, Climate, and Artificial Intelligence. Highlights include an API for validating data for AI applications, and an API that uses AI for music creation and composition. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
It is expected that with Android 11, Google will add new App Compatibility features within developer options that will simplify the application testing process. The new features will operate on a per-app basis and display behavior changes based on API level.
API Fortress, an API continuous testing platform, has announced Mass Functional Test Generation. Mass Functional Test Generation allows users to import OpenAPI files and generate a large number of functional tests for those files. The test generator is currently in beta release.
Diligent developers know the importance of testing applications before releasing them into the wild. There are plenty of APIs that can help the app testing process. In this article we present ten of the most popular APIs from ProgrammableWeb's Testing category to help developers get the job done.
It’s not just that time of the month. It’s also that time of the New Year and that time of the new decade. So, what time is it? It’s time for the first monthly DC-Area API meetup of both the year and the decade. The January 2020 edition of the meetup is Tuesday, January 7.
The Cognitive Computing section of our Most Interesting APIs in 2019 series includes APIs from categories such as AI, ML, Recognition, Predictions, Sentiment and more that aim to make computers think like computers. Dozens of APIs were added in these areas this past year, here are some highlights.
Panasonic has announced a facial recognition API under its μSockets B2B IoT service. Although Panasonic has built a strong portfolio of facial recognition technology over the years, it has never provided access to the developer community at large through an API. It is currently available in Japan.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Auto, Cryptocurrency, and DevOps. Highlights include an API for adding intelligent chat bots to applications and an API for getting random cat facts. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Rev.ai, a provider of speech recognition services and an accompanying API, has announced the release of a new real-time audio transcription product. This new functionality augments the existing Rev.ai API and allows users to generate transcripts or captions in real-time.
Amazon recently announced three new tools in the Alexa toolbox. A Natural Language Understanding (NLU) Evaluation Tool, Utterance Conflict Detection, and a new Get Metrics API improve Alexa developers' ability to reduce unintended skill conflicts, and track skills use and performance over time.
Login VSI, the provider of application performance testing and monitoring for VDI environments announced today the general availability of Login PI version 3.6. Login PI enables customers to measure the availability of their desktop virtualization platform and the applications that run on it.
Google has expanded its Vision AI portfolio with the addition of object and logo detection capability. Both AutoML Vision Edge and AutoML Video Intelligence now include object detection. The Video Intelligence API has been expanded to track and recognize over 100,000 popular logos.
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.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Safety. Highlights include an API that determines ideal prices via an algorithm, and an API for physical locks for car sharing services. Have a look at what is new.
Amazon continues to ease skill development and integration with added support for Express.js and Jinja templates. The Node.js ASK SDK now supports Express.js. The Python ASK SDK now supports Jinja templates. Additionally, Python ASK SDK support for Django and Flask is now generally available.