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.
Hard on the heels of a recent move to make its Watson supercomputer a service that developers can invoke via RESTful APIs, IBM is now making $100 million available to help developers build cognitive computing applications that can run on top of Watson.
Hewlett-Packard is looking to make its application testing tools more accessible than ever via implementations that are hosted in the cloud. Developers can access these tools via RESTful APIs. Kelly Emo, director of product marketing for HP Software, says that by making HP LoadRunner 12 and HP Performance Center 12 available as a cloud service, HP is making a concerted effort to introduce a broader spectrum of organizations to its application testing tools.
Dell wants to reduce the number of common integration errors, the time it takes to fix them, and add new analytics capabilities to the Dell Boomi AtomSphere integration service. Dell Boomi AtomSphere CTO Michael Morton says that when it comes to integration many organizations not only continue to make the same errors over again; they encounter many of the same problems that other organizations have already experienced.