Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence Offerings as an #API

Artificial intelligence is very important for businesses today but also for saving humans’ lives. There are many domains of applications and thus the offerings are growing and growing. There are many AI services today, starting from the IBM watchon and the whole and the whole idea of cognitive computing, then we have all the AWS family of services the focus on making AI applicable to everyone. Microsoft, Google also have massive offerings that even an individual can use and take advantage of. In this article we focus on analysing some of the areas of applications for such APIs, and simple describe some alternatives if you are interested in building your own AI either for business of your next homegrown project.

APIs - API

APIs for Authentication: A journey

Application Program Interface (API) key authentication is a technique that overcomes the hurdles of using shared credentials by using a unique key for each user. The key is usually in […]

Build Your Own Udemy

Build Your Own Udemy

Today we all are living in technological driven world where online learning has become an important and totally worthwhile way of learning on-the-go. Now our future of higher education lies […]

APIs - API

Cultural Heritage #APIs: What are they, why we need them

Cultural Heritage APIs: What are they, why we need them Paper details: This post is a review on museum rest APIs, their availability, necessity and finally future thoughts. 
What cloud technologies do museums work, why they switched, who is using the data they expose and why REST APIs are important and useful.

Automation with Python

Smart Home Automation with #Python

There are many home automation systems that put python as a support for the extension. Being a dynamic language, python makes it very easy to extend and control the systems. […]

hypermedia

Exploring Cache options for Hypermedia #APIs

Application program interface (API) is a set of protocols utilized for building software applications. This directs how the components of software interact with one another and are very useful as […]