Cara is a real time face detection software that turns anything with a camera into an intelligent sensor to collect and store data on the content’s viewer. It measures glances, distance, gender, timing, age, and much more while respecting privacy by not storing pictures or personal information. This robust audience analytics tool is compatible with Windows, Android, Linux & Mac OSX and is manufactured by IMRSV (formerly Immersive Labs). IMRSV offers an Enterprise SDK which allows for simultaneous local analysis with the ability to trigger events at the 100 millisecond level. They also offer an Android SDK which allows real time detection on mobile devices. Their Cara RESTful API provides server side image processing.
Developers are forever being asked for data from Web applications to either resolve a DevOps issue or better inform a business decision. Gathering all that data in a way that makes sense to both the developer and the people that need to act on that information has always been problematic. Looking to take that issue head on, New Relic this week launched the public beta of New Relic Insights, a real-time analytics tool that developers can invoke within the context of the New Relic application performance management (APM) service.
Publishing has certainly become a more competitive market over the last 10 years, with editorial budgets falling, print readership dropping, and the difficulty that news sites have had in securing paid memberships. This economic reality is driving many changes in the journalistic trade and the news media industry. One such change might be increased competition for readers and more varied news sources come onto the scene. Enter PublishFlow, a web service programmed to watch your editorial back. The PublishFlow API allows you to monitor many news sites at once, tracking things like headlines, top stories, authors and categories.