Facebook’s photo tagging suggestion feature automatically recognises friends’ faces in a photo to make it fast and easy to tag people you know on the platform. In this tutorial, Narendra Rajput deconstructed the process to see how it works, then wrote a small Ruby script to automate the process.
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Since our mobile devices collect location data, Jeff Reifman guides followers through building an application to locate eyewitnesses to an important event using Twitter API.
Thomson Reuters has launched Open PermID, a free service providing access to the company’s massive core entity data set. Open PermID features bulk downloads and hypermedia APIs.
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.
This article highlights companies using deep learning-based computer vision technology and/or providing platforms featuring automatic photo tagging and classification services.
Clean Power Research launches PowerClerk Interconnect to reduce software costs associated with solar power installs. Google has announced the launch of a new Tag Manager API.
Google has announced Google Tag Manager V2, with improvements including a new interface, more 3rd-party templates, and a new API.
Automatic image-tagging solution Imagga has exited its beta trial and launched its automated image tagging solution and API.
Reegle serves as a clean energy information portal. Founded on the belief that up to date, quality information on renewables, energy efficiency and climate change is fundamental to reformed energy policy and an accelerated clean energy marketplace; Reegle specifically targets governments, project developers, businesses, financiers, NGOs, and academia with its offering. The Reegle tagging API automates the tagging process to simplify discovery and organization.
Our API directory now includes 34 tagging APIs. The newest is the Ontos API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Zemanta API. We list 6 Zemanta mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of tagging APIs.