Stephanie Kim

Recent Posts

July 13, 2016

16 Open Source Deep Learning Models Running as Microservices

If you've ever worked with deep learning frameworks you know they require a good amount of time, knowledge and, most of all, commitment just to get them up and running on your machine. And, that's before you've even built your model or trained your data.

May 26, 2016

How We Turned Our GitHub README Model Into a Microservice

A few posts ago we talked about our data science approach to processing and analyzing a GitHub README.

February 12, 2016

HackPoly Spotlight: Helping Hand Uses Facial Recognition To Automate Tasks

December 08, 2015

The Algorithmia Shorties Contest

Generating short story fiction with algorithms

The Algorithmia Shorties contest is designed to help programmers of all skill levels get started with Natural Language Processing tools and concepts. We are big fans of NaNoGenMo here at Algorithmia, even producing our own NaNoGenMo entry this year, so...

December 08, 2015

NaNoGenMo + Text Analysis with Algorithmia’s Natural Language Processing algorithms

We’ve just wrapped up November, which means aspiring writers all over the world are frantically typing away in an attempt to finish an entire novel in one month as part of National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo. Each November, participants aim to write 50,000 words on a 30 day...

December 02, 2015

A behind the scenes look at the making of our GeekWire ‘Seattle 10′ napkin

We mentioned previously that GeekWire and a panel of Seattle’s top startup leaders selected Algorithmia as one of the 10 most promising startups in Seattle – an incredible honor to say the least. As part of this award, we were asked to translate our business onto a giant six-foot by six-foot...

November 23, 2015

Get Started Building Intelligent, Serverless Apps Using AWS Lambda and Algorithmia

In this walkthrough, we’ll show you how to quickly make a serverless photo app that creates digital art pieces in less than 300 lines of code using AWS Lambda and Algorithmia. We’ll be using the Quadtree Art Generator algorithm to create our art, and push the new image to our S3 bucket...

May 20, 2014

Algorithmic Tagging of HackerNews (or any other site)

Part of making algorithms more discoverable is creating meta-data tags to classify them. Often sites will allow users to pick their own tags but what if the content had already been generated? This is the problem we faced when trying to tag all the algorithms in our API. Each algorithm had a...

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