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Application Programming Interface

Virtu Lauches Open Technology, a Data-as-a-Service Platform for Access to Multi-Asset Class APIs

Subscribers can write scripts that can range from simple queries that access benchmark and trade data to the detailed analysis of historic transaction cost analysis results Virtu Financial, Inc. a leading provider of global, multi-asset, financial services technology with solutions that span the complete investment and trading lifecycle, announced the launch of Open Technology, a new data-as-a-service platform. Open Technology hosts a growing catalogue of services and data endpoints enabled by a unified,…

Panasonic Begins Offering API for Facial Recognition Utilizing Deep Learning Technology

No Initial Fee, Cloud-Based Service Incorporates into Smartphone Apps, Websites, and Access Management Systems Panasonic Corporation announced that starting November 25, 2019, the company will begin offering an application programming interface (API) for its facial recognition technology to the market in Japan. @Panasonic begins offering #API for #FacialRecognition utilizing #DeepLearning technology to the market in Japan. Panasonic first began R&D into facial recognition in the early 1990s, and has continued to…

AWS Announces General Availability of Amazon Personalize

Amazon Personalize Enables Developers to Build Applications With the Same Machine Learning Technology Used by Amazon.Com for Real-Time Personalized Recommendations – With No Machine Learning Expertise Required Yamaha, Subway, and Zola Among Customers Using Amazon Personalize Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced the general availability of Amazon Personalize, bringing the same machine learning technology used by Amazon.com to AWS customers for use in their applications – with no machine…

ZeroBounce Upgrades Data Center Infrastructure to Boost Email Verification API Speed

ZeroBounce upgrades its global data center infrastructure by deploying high-availability clusters in the United States. The new data center responds to the growing demand for real-time email verification and is intended to better serve US customers through the Application Programming Interface (API). The high-availability clusters maximize the capability of the API and improve the response time for any queries coming from the US. As a result, ZeroBounce’s global email verification API operates at a higher speed, instantly…