In 2016 Google released Quick, Draw!, a digital version of Pictionary that uses machine learning to guess what users are drawing in their browser. Google is now providing the entire data set behind this algorithm as an open source API, allowing developers to research the way people draw.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City, today announced a new API that will provide access to 406,000 images from the The Met collection, all available to use free of copyright or restriction. The Met Collection API is a step forward for the museum’s Open Access Program.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Messaging, Healthcare, and Natural Language Processing. Highlights today include an API for real-time analytics of wearable health devices and hardware. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum built its entire digital experience on an API. The API was built on top of the museum's massive design collection site.
eHive, online collection management system, grants access to its web-based organization system via the eHive API. Museums can integrate the API with third party applications, or developers can build mobile and custom apps that leverage eHive technology. eHive allows museums and curators to gather, share, and manage collections of all flavors and sizes directly through a web interface. API integration enables eHive users to gain traction through mobile, social, and existing networks.