Daily API RoundUp: Divit Face, MedSelfEd, Freightview, NaturalText

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Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Natural Language Processing and Recognition categories, among others. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.

APIs

The NaturalText API allows developers to extract entities or keywords from text based on grammatical conventions using natural language processing. The algorithm detects the most meaningful text to extract. Entity linking, Entity relationship and other NLP tasks will be available soon. This API is in the Natural Language Processing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Natural Language Processing APIs.

Divit Face is an image recognition service that recognizes, analyzes, and identifies human faces. The Divit Face API can detect faces in images facing up to 45 degrees away from the camera axis. It can determine gender, age, and smile and can be used to verify an image against a known face or a gallery of known faces.

Divit Face face recognition software has an API
Divit Face API determines age, identity, and more / image: Divit Face

 

We've categorized the Divit Face API under the Recognition category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Recognition APIs.

Fiz focuses on aggregating experimental travel content, and supplying custom feeds to travel, hotel, and leisure companies. The FizPlaces API provides location based feedback with customized capabilities. We've categorized the FizPlaces API under the Content category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Content APIs.

The MedSelfEd has an online patient engagement and learning platform that can be integrated with a website, CMS or LMS through MedSelfEd APIs. MedSelfEd API Offerings enable organizations, patient educators & app developers to connect to MSE content from anywhere in real-time. This API is listed under the Healthcare category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Healthcare APIs.

The Freightview tool shows a user all of their freight carriers with their rates, all on one screen. The Freightview API allow developers to pull n LTL freight rates into an application or website. Other features include the ability to retrieve rates, schedule pickups and track from pickup to delivery.

Integrate Freightview API to find the best freight carrier rates
Freightview can help businesses determine the most cost efficient freight carriers / image: Freightview

 

We've listed this API under the Logistics category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Logistics APIs.

Cnova is a large global eCommerce company. The Cnova API lets retailers the ability to expose products in Cnova Marketplace. The API offers registration of products, managing inventories and prices and notifications when requests are made ​​and confirmed. Documentation is written in Portuguese. We've listed the Cnova API under the Marketplace category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Marketplace APIs.

Two more financial market analysis APIs have been added to the list of APIs provided by market data cloud provider Xignite.

XigniteGlobalHolidays API allows developers to retrieve holiday schedules for exchanges and settlement dates for financial centers. Data is available from 2010 to 2039 and covers hundreds of major exchanges and financial centers around the world.

XigniteSuperQuotes API allows developers to access real-time and delayed quotes for asset classes such as equities, funds, and indices.

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