This is a Ruby gem that exposes a wrapper for the Noun Project APIs. The gem is owned by Tailor Brands, was authored by Nadav Shatz, and has an MIT license. Although an active gem, it is purely unofficial and not affiliated in any way with The Noun Project.
Developers can get quick and simple access to sophisticated image recognition software thanks to Google’s Cloud Vision API. The tool leverages machine learning to identify the contents of images for classification across thousands of categories, and here it is used to determine traffic volume.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Images, Government, and Natural Language Processing. A highlight of today's new APIs is the U.S. Department of Labor Sweat & Toil API, which provides data on child labor. Here, we summarize the new additions.
Trailforks runs "a user-powered mountain bike trail database currently focused on BC, Canada," to report on trail conditions and what is required to upgrade them.Notes for the Trailforks API are like the bike trails it reports on: rough. But the site's creator, Trevor May, promises more documentation soon.