The BigML Java Library by BigML provides access to the API with the aim to integrate sources, data sets, models, ensembles, clusters, predictions, and evaluations into applications. Resources explain how to integrate with Maven and how to run the tests using Cucumber, an implementation created to work with several JARS. Authored by Javier Alperte.
This article is part of a 10-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2016. Cognitive Computing APIs are covered in this segment. The APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Uber has joined the growing field of players in the conversational AI game. Its Plato Research Dialogue System is a platform for developing, training, and deploying AI-driven conversational agents. It integrates with third-party AI platforms and can be trained with any machine learning library.
ProgrammableWeb first covered Point.io last year when the Point.io API was released. The original API gave mobile apps access to data from multiple cloud storage providers. Point.io has expanded its single point of access approach with the release of APIdoc. APIdoc provides a single API that grants any application access to data that resides in a public cloud, private cloud, behind a firewall, or elsewhere. While providing seamless access to multiple data repositories, APIdoc ensures security for compliance and auditing purposes.