Archive for the ‘ai’ Category

How to Analyze Tweet Sentiments with PHP Machine Learning

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As of late, it seems everyone and their proverbial grandma is talking about Machine Learning. Your social media feeds are inundated with posts about ML, Python, TensorFlow, Spark, Scala, Go and so on; and if you are anything like me, you might be wonde...

Should We Be Scared of an Intelligent Internet of Things?

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Last week was IoT week on SitePoint which saw us publish a plethora of articles focused on the intersection of the internet and the physical world. We covered some seriously great stuff! Among my favorites was this article by Christopher Pitt on combin...

PredictionIO and Lumen: Building a Movie Recommendation App

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In the intro, we covered the basics of PredictionIO and installed its dependencies. In this part, we’re going to build the movie recommendation app. Environment Config File Inside your app directory, create a .env file and add the following configur...

PredictionIO: Bootstrapping a Movie Recommendation App

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In this tutorial, I’m going to walk you through PredictionIO, an open-source machine learning server, which allows you to create applications that could do the following: recommend items (e.g. movies, products, food) predict user behavior identify i...

Building Microsoft’s What-Dog AI in under 100 Lines of Code

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Rather recently, Microsoft released an app using AI to detect a dog’s breed. When I tested it on my beagle, though… Hmm, not quite, app. Not quite. In my non-SitePoint time, I also work for Diffbot - the startup you may have heard of over the past...

Building Microsoft’s What-Dog AI in under 100 Lines of Code

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Rather recently, Microsoft released an app using AI to detect a dog’s breed. When I tested it on my beagle, though… Hmm, not quite, app. Not quite. In my non-SitePoint time, I also work for Diffbot - the startup you may have heard of over the past...

How to Make Your Web App Smarter with Image Recognition

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Clarifai is an API which provides image and video recognition that is incredibly simple to use and a whole lot of fun to implement. In this article, we will explore dragging and dropping images from around the web into a simple web app that will read t...

Customizing Your Api.ai Assistant with Intent and Context

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Api.ai is a really simple service that allows developers to create their own basic personal AI assistant that works a bit like Siri and Amazon's Alexa. Last week, I covered how to build your own AI assistant using Api.ai where I showed the basics of se...

How to Build Your Own AI Assistant Using Api.ai

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The world of artificially intelligent assistants is growing — Siri, Cortana, Alexa, Ok Google, Facebook M — all the big players in technology have their own. However, many developers do not realise that it is quite easy to build your own AI assist...