This Sypht SDK is a Go client implementation to access the Sypht API. Sypht is an API for document data extraction to extract a set of fields from a range of documents. It provides a way to integrate Sypht into existing systems and utilizes field extraction for two simple requests; upload documents and retrieve results. It allows you to automate data extraction, and augment existing processes with a human validation tool, deep learning and traditional machine learning techniques. To access the API, developers will need to get a set of access credentials and generate a bearer Token. Sypht enables you with the ability to intelligently reason about document formats, and helps businesses unlock data hidden in documents by utilizing machine learning to automatically extract and interpret key data.
Restlet has announced the availability of a new API documentation creation and publishing tool. The new tool is available as part of Restlet Studio and can automatically create API documentation from OAS and RAML files. The tool also includes several API documentation security options.
Four tech titans have announced the Data Transfer Project. The project is an open source, service-to-service, data portability platform. With the implementation of GDPR, and the increase need of consumers to retrieve and move their data, the Data Transfer Project looks to standardize the process.
Over 11,000 people participated in the first annual National Day of Civic Hacking on June 1st and 2nd, 2013. At the event, developers collaborated with government agencies and entrepreneurs to create applications that help solve civic and social problems impacting local communities. Developers used a variety of public APIs and datasets to create their applications, including the US Census Bureau API, which was used to create an interactive application and several infographics. The US Census Bureau API is the first API created by the US Census Bureau and was released to the public back in July 2012.