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Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Artificial Intelligence, Bitcoin, and Advertising. Highlights include the WallOfCoins API for integrating with the bitcoin marketplace and the Reconess API for facial recognition abilities. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Reconess is an Artificial Intelligence service. The Reconess API returns face analysis, face detection, face identification, face landmarks, and face verification data in JSON or XML format. Reconess API can detect and locate one or more human faces within an image or video and will return precise face location boxes and head pose. This API is listed under the Recognition category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Recognition APIs.
WallOfCoins is a bitcoin marketplace. The WallOfCoins API allows users to integrate with bitcoin marketplace features. It includes authentication, device verification, buying orders, countries, and list of cryptocurrencies. The WallOfCoins API is listed under the Bitcoin category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bitcoin APIs.
Digital Turbine is a digital marketing firm based in Austin, Texas. The Digital Turbine API offers a geo-targeted advertising delivery platform. The Digital Turbine platform integrates digital payments, full service campaign management features, single-tap installs, and more. The Digital Turbine API is listed under the Advertising category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Advertising APIs.
FinCharts provides foreign currency exchange tools and an API. The Global FinCharts API offers historical currency exchange rates and conversions provided by over 20 sources. The API offers Push notifications for enterprise customers. Developers can get a free API Key with a trial membership; this plan supports up to 1,000 monthly calls, and offers full SSL security, live updates, and more. The FinCharts API is listed under the Currency category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Currency APIs.
Lexigram is a provider of medical data and data processing services, including the Lexipedia, a collection of information about healthcare informatics, health analytics, advanced clinical data processing and machine learning. The Lexigram API returns medical knowledge and terminology data. The Lexigram API is listed under the Medical category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Medical APIs.
Zestful provides tools that helps application developers understand their recipes and ingredients data. The Zestful Ingredient Parser API parses food recipe ingredients into structured data. The endpoint parses a list of raw ingredient strings into JSON. The Zestful Ingredient Parser API is listed under the Food category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Food APIs.
InData Labs is a big data services provider firm based in Belarus. The InData Labs Text Analysis API is used to analyze text data from social media and detect sentiment to identify positive or negative opinions, gender, age from groups of people, language of phrases, location, and interests. Documentation is not publicly available. The InData Labs API is listed under the Natural Language Processing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Natural Language Processing APIs.
The Hydrogen Platform provides APIs for building financial applications with digital Infrastructure, financial engineering, blockchain, and artificial intelligence features. Three Hydrogen APIs have been added to our Financial category.
Hydrogen Ion API enables data scientists to pre-process datasets, and train and evaluate models with machine learning. Capabilities include cloud-based data processing, uploading datasets by specifying any URL and store pre-processing and training workflows which can be used with multiple datasets.
Hydrogen Hydro API enables applications to interface with Hydro’s smart contracts by using several modular layers of blockchain functionality. It provides a server-side authentication protocol for databases, APIs, and large systems, as well as a client-side multi-factor authentication protocol for individual user accounts.
Hydrogen Atom allows developers to build powerful digital savings, investing, insurance, and wellness applications. Hydrogen Atom consists of 3 REST APIs. The Nucleus API provides core infrastructure for fintech applications. This includes client and account onboarding, authentication, goals, investments, performance, and questionnaires. The Proton API provides financial engineering for features such as risk scoring, goals tracking, simulations, financial planning, financial health, insurance calculations, and portfolio rebalancing. The Electron API provides management functions. With this API users can interface with support tickets, FAQs, and chat, and manage marketing campaigns.