The official API.AI iOS SDK provides resources to run the demo application and integrate this iOS SDK into an application. Developers who work with natural language processing, machine learning, and recognition projects can benefit from this kit, created by author Dmitriy Kuragin. On GitHub, users can find a series of steps to initialize CocoaPods, initialize audio session, and initialize the SDK.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Natural Language Processing, Security, and Demographics. A highlight today is the DeepGram API which uses artificial intelligence to recognize speech, search for keywords, and categorize audio and video.
The need to turn raw data into actionable knowledge is fueling the growth of an ecosystem of young companies aiming to develop solutions that can literally turn data into dollars. One such company is Prelert, which last week released an API for its anomaly detection engine.