August 07, 2017

Train a Machine to Turn Documents into Keywords, via Document Classification

Figuring out the meaning of a document was once a very hard problem for computers to solve... even for humans, understanding the complexity of natural language can be tricky!

Fortunately, there are some great tools that can help address those concerns. The Document Classifier turns your existing...

August 02, 2017

Introducing the Algorithmia .NET Client

Today, we're very happy to announce that we have a new .NET Client in the Algorithmia family of clients! There’s even special bonus for any new developers who join the Algorithmia community: simply use the promo code DotNetLove and you’ll get 500,000 credits to get started with the platform. ...

August 01, 2017

One Thousand Video Sources. One Microservice to Download Them All.

Automatically downloading video content from different types of web sources can be tricky. Not every website hosts files the same way, and sometimes hosting providers try to prevent people from programmatically downloading stuff. Thankfully, we have an algorithm for that!

July 27, 2017

Building a Timeline of your Video: Automatically Identify Objects, Sequence Times, and Integrate with Timeline.js

When we implemented InceptionNet, a microservice to detect and label objects (features) in photos, we knew it would be helpful. Then, we built out VideoMetadataExtraction, a video pipeline which allows you to run feature-detection algorithms (and others) on an entire video. This allowed for some...

July 25, 2017

Introduction to Video Tag Sequencing

Sifting through unlabelled videos can be difficult and time-consuming. Even for the most seasoned analyst, fatigue leads to mistakes. Whether you're trying to detect anomalies in mission-critical infrastructure -- or you just want to find all of the segments in your vacation videos that contain...

July 21, 2017

One-page Web Tool: Transfer Style from One Image to Another in JavaScript alone

You may have already seen how to do style transfer via the StyleThief microservice in Python, but let's take a different approach: what if I wanted to create a one-page website out of the service, without having to create any backend? That's right: using only JavaScript and HTML, we'll make it...

July 18, 2017

Style Transfer with StyleThief

Style transfer is a term used for reimagining an image with the style of a given piece of art. Recently, various research groups have proposed different approaches to do style transfer. Generally speaking, there are trade-offs between these different techniques.

For example, in one of our...

July 13, 2017

Train a Face Recognition Model to Recognize Celebrities

Sam Trammell and Rustina Wesley from True Blood

Earlier this week we introduced Face Recognition, a trainable model that is hosted on Algorithmia. This model enables you to train images of people that you want the model to recognize and then you can pass in unseen images to the model to get a...

July 11, 2017

Quickly Building a Face Recognizer

Have you ever wondered how companies like Facebook automatically tag millions of user images?

Or did you find yourself in a situation where you want to automate tagging people in images... perhaps with tens of thousands of images?

Or maybe you just want to build a simple TV show celebrity...

July 05, 2017

Building an Operating System for AI

This post is a summary of a talk Diego Oppenheimer recently gave at the 2017 GeekWire Tech Cloud Summit, titled “Building an Operating System for AI”. You can listen to the original talk from here. For better view of the slides, you can follow along from here.

The operating system on your laptop...

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