Veritone announces availability of AI developer application
Veritone has announced the general availability of its latest developer application, a self-service development environment that empowers cognitive engine, application and API developers to create, submit and deploy fresh AI ideas to life via integration with the Veritone aiWARE platform.
According to Veritone, the application is publicly available as a unique resource for experts in machine learning, firms associated with application development and system integrators. It supports RESTful and GraphQL API integrations in addition to engine development in notable cognition categories including transcription, translation, face and object recognition, audio/video fingerprinting, optical character recognition (OCR), geolocation, transcoding, and logo recognition.
A number of new speech recognition and computer vision engines (such as face, logo and vehicle recognition) have cleared the qualification process and are in the last stage of deployment within Veritone Developer. Several other engines such as sentiment analysis, action classification, and sophisticated text and visual content moderation are also in the near-term pipeline.
Tyler Schulze, vice president and general manager of the partner ecosystem at Veritone, said: “It is clear from the overwhelming interest in Veritone Developer that the AI development community values our ecosystem platform and its ability to create revenue opportunities for their cognitive engines and applications. Exposure to Veritone’s growing portfolio of blue-chip clients via a single interface that makes it easy to train, test, and deploy AI offerings is highly attractive to development partners while supporting our overall mission of delivering purpose-driven AI solutions across any type of organisation.”
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