Developers can use the KeyLemon SDK to integrate biometric technology into a variety of software applications where a security check is required. It accept features, gender, head pose, and more attributes for facial identification that can be used for user confirmation or imposter detection. The SDK is in C language allowing library integration with all common languages. It comes with a documentation complete with sample codes for the main functionalities. Supported platforms include Windows, MacOSX, Linux, Android, and iOS.
The week is coming to a close which means it’s time to bring you the news we couldn’t cover with a look at what what going on in the world of APIs. In time for the tenth anniversary of reCAPTCHA Google announced that they are bringing the spam protection service to Android.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Voice, Notifications, Stocks, and Recognition. Featured today are four APIs that use machine learning technology to provide image recognition and visual search services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The scariest thing about how organizations are diving into APIs like they're the latest gold rush is how few of them are taking API security seriously. Even if they did, they might turn and tuck tail. API security is hard. Very hard. And there's no easy button. Elastic Beam thinks it has the cure.