The HPE Haven On Demand R Sample Code by HPE Haven On Demand demonstrates API interaction, with a demo video available on YouTube. Developers can learn to write a script step by step, following the instructions provided at GitHub or at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSNzOddWlFQ
Access to software that performs complex operations has been, and can still be, costly. Paying for expensive licenses can mean an alternative solution has to be sought or worse still, a feature won't be developed at all. Thanks to virtualization and a many other cloud features, we've seen these complex operations offered as services at a fraction of the cost. One such complex operation is that of facial recognition. This software hasn't seemed accessible at all with only applications such as Google Picasa, Apple's iPhoto, Facebook and more recently XBox Kinect being the most obvious examples where it has been used. These are big companies with big money to spend. This now changes as Face.com is offering a free to use face recognition API for photos.
Oracle today unveiled GraphPipe, an open-source standard that aims to simplify machine learning model serving. GraphPipe itself is a high-performance protocol for transmitting machine learning data between remote processes that Oracle developed to address machine learning model challenges.
Affectiva's emotional measurement API has been around for a couple of years now. Affectiva has seen adoption by marketers, publishers, gaming companies, and chat services. However, Affectiva believes it can greatly expand the use case scenarios by offering its service at no charge to startups.