The Emotion SDK for Windows provides access to Affectiva’s Emotion AI and includes; Analyze the 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.
Moving to make their rapid application development platform as widely accessible as possible, Mendix today launched Mendix AppCloud. Announced at the Mendix World 2014 conference, AppCloud is an implementation of the company's platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment that is used for rapidly developing applications on a cloud platform managed by Mendix. In addition, Mendix also announced that it is making available a free community edition of its PaaS environment that small teams of up to 10 developers can use to build applications.
In Spring 2011, the New York Public Library (NYPL) launched one of the largest culinary data projects of all time: What's on the Menu?. The NYPL maintains one of the world's largest menu collections (around 45,000 menus dating back to the 1840s). The project aims to ease searching through this massive dataset. In simplifying menu search, What's on the Menu launched the first NYPL public API.
One of the more problematic elements of building any application is managing end user identities. Writing the code to manage who gets to access any given application not only is time consuming; it doesn’t usually add much in the way of unique value to the application.