November 25, 2019
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Huawei is opening its AI platform by making a number of AI-based APIs available to developers. The company is making APIs available via its Enterprise Intelligence (EI) solution. Among the APIs available are a natural language API, voice recognition API, and visual recognition API.
Given all the databases that developers usually have to navigate, it’s no wonder that building an enterprise application is often a daunting proposition. Looking to reduce a lot of that complexity, DreamFactory Software is making it possible for developers of mobile computing applications to use an open source RESTful API to access multiple back-end databases via version 1.5 of its back-end-as-a-service (BaaS) software.