The Emotion SDK for Linux provides access to Affectiva’s Emotion AI and includes; Analyze a camera stream, Analyze a recorded video file, Analyze a video frame stream, and Analyze a photo. Developers can emotion-enable their apps, devices and digital experiences, to sense and adapt to expressions of emotion. It is available on device and in the cloud with support for iOS, Android, Web, Windows, Linux, macOS, Unity and Raspberry Pi. Affectiva is Emotion AI that offers several emotion recognition products and provides emotion recognition software built on a science platform that uses deep learning and a large emotion database.
Captricity, dedicated to transforming data trapped on paper into digital form, announced the public release of its API. Originally, customers accessed Captricity's technology via a web portal. In August, Captricity launched a beta API. Over the past few months, Captricity enhanced its API under the Code for America Accelerator program (one of seven startups to qualify for the honor). Captricity announced the API's public availability at Code for America's Demo Day.
TIBCO Software Inc. recently announced the release of a retooled version of the company’s Mashery API management solution. This new cloud-native release is designed for containerized private cloud and public Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environments.
GreatNonprofits; leading developer of tools that allow people to find, review, and share information about charities and nonprofits; has announced that it will launch a bi-directional API. The API will allow information to flow two directions. Reviewers can submit reviews via the API and third party applications can include reviews within content. Craiglist founder, Craig Newmark, recently invested in GreatNonprofits in hopes that it would become the Yelp of nonprofits.