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Introducing Model Evaluation – test and improve the accuracy of Custom Training models

Custom Training lets Clarifai users build their own custom trained models that recognize their own unique concepts. We’re excited to add on this functionality with a new tool called Model Evaluation. You now have the ability to test your model's performance before using it in a production environment.

Five mind-blowingly intelligent AI apps built on Clarifai, featuring MongoDB, Instagram, + more

With all the innovative applications and awesome educational resources that our community has been creating, we wanted to start showcasing some of our favorites to help inspire you to start tinkering with machine learning technology. Here's our roundup for the month of June!

Clarifai Featured Hack: Mansplainer is an app that will condescendingly explain images to you

“Mansplaining” is the all-too-common phenomenon of “a man explaining something to a woman in a condescending, overconfident, and often inaccurate or oversimplified manner.” If you haven’t had the distinct pleasure of being mansplained to before, here’s your chance! Send Mansplainer a picture and have it described back to you in the worst way possible, just for funsies.

Clarifai Featured Hack: Discover your ancestry based on facial recognition with MiMi

MiMi is an app that uses machine learning to determine your ancestry by what continent you might have originated from based on your facial characteristics. The results might surprise you!

Not KotDog – Using Clarifai To Detect Hot Dogs In Kotlin

This post is going to show you how Kotlin, a programming language from JetBrains and now officially supported for Android development, can make it very easy to implement a RESTful API like Clarifai’s to answer the age-old question of, “Is this a hotdog?” Jian-Yang approves.

Clarifai Featured Hack: TYP helps you automatically sort large photo libraries into new folders

Any shutterbug can attest - taking photos is the fun part, sorting through photos at the end can be a hassle. Most digital cameras upload all your photos into a folder on your computer by date. TYP is an app that lets you sort pictures on your computer into descriptive folders by the actual content in your pics!

Clarifai Featured Hack: Use NSFW Blocker to protect your eyes from the internet

The internet can be a scary place lurking with things you can’t unsee. NSFW (Not Safe for Work) Blocker is a Chrome extension that uses Clarifai’s NSFW recognition model to block images that contain unwanted nudity.

Clarifai Featured Hack: Musify finds the perfect background music for your videos

A great musical score can make or break a film, and it’s no different for your home videos, either. Musify is an app that matches the mood of your video to appropriate background music, making your vid as equally enjoyable to listen to as it is to watch!

Create digital art with p5.js and Clarifai’s color recognition model

p5.js is a great way to get started when making digital art for the browser with JavaScript. In just a few lines of code, you can start drawing interactive artwork which works on computers, phones and more. Here's a video tutorial to help you explore p5.js and Clarifai's Color recognition model!

Clarifai Featured Hack: frSecurity is an alarm that can tell friend from foe

frSecurity is an alarm that is designed to detect unauthorized entry by combining Clarifai’s face recognition API with a webcam and Amazon Alexa. When unknown people approach your home, frSecurity will send an alert and let you know you’re about to be burgled.

Where’s Waldo? Using machine learning to find all the Waldos

Where's Waldo is a game wherein one looks for Waldo (a bespectacled, dead-eyed human candy cane looking guy) hidden in chaotic, busy scenes of whimsy. In other words, it's the perfect data set to challenge our visual recognition API with using Custom Training!

How Staples improved SEO using Clarifai’s multi-language image recognition API

With Staples Europe spanning countries that speak twelve different languages, attaching the right keyword metadata to many product SKUs to improve SEO becomes twelve times as challenging (and expensive). Staples needed a fast, accurate, and inexpensive solution to adapt its e-commerce business for multiple languages and improve SEO for its products in every target language.