We've heard all the doomsday-like warnings about how the human race might one day be in a fight for its life against the Artificial Intelligence that it built. But forgetting the science fiction-esque possibility of an AI with its finger on the button, what about the threat that AI poses right now?
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Plasticity is on a mission to create more conversational natural language processing (NLP). Its API strategy for NLP aims to centralize a solution that brings conversational NLP to apps and systems across the board. The company has two production, and two beta APIs building its arsenal.
Body Labs introduced API access to its SOMA technology. SOMA scans a single photo of a human; analyzes the photo along with the subject's height, weight, and gender; and then generates a 3D model and digital measurements for the subject. The SOMA Shape API provides programmatic access to the tech.
Twenty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Air Travel, Recommendations, and Payments. One highlight is the recently added Mighty AI which provides AI training data for computer vision and natural language models. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Salesforce has introduced new Einstein Platform Services and APIs including Einstein Sentiment, Einstein Intent, and Einstein Object Detection. Developers can use these services to build CRM apps that leverage machine learning capabilities such as image recognition and natural language processing.
RAISR, Google's proof-of-concept, neural-network-backed image sampler, represents a fundamental shift to the visual paradigm of the web. Though it's true impact is still a ways away, it marks the point where people in the front-end world should start to get very interested in machine learning.
Google has added semantic time support to the time fencing feature of its Awareness API. Prior to semantic time support, time fencing was limited to absolute/canonical time (e.g. 10:00 AM). Semantic time enables the use of more natural time refererences (e.g. after sunset, the weekend, etc.)
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Photos, Healthcare and Artificial Intelligence. Featured today is an API for 3D modeling marketplace CGTRader, and the Hayo smart home remote control API. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google today released the Google Assistant SDK, (nearly) everything developers need to bake Google's artificial intelligence in their own hardware. The idea is to spread the availability of Google Assistant so people interact with it more often in more places and with more devices.
Microsoft's Cognitive Services portfolio includes over 20 APIs, which remain in different stages of development. Yesterday, Microsoft announced three more Cognitive Services APIs for general availability. The Face API, Computer Vision API, and Content Moderator API are now GA.