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Test visual recognition models with Clarifai’s v2 API JavaScript starter

Clarifai's v2 API JavaScript starter is an easy way to help you visualize and test all of Clarifai’s public and alpha/beta models. We just released a new and improved version of our JavaScript starter on the interwebs, so keep reading for a short tutorial on how to use it!


Clarifai Featured Hack: Block unwanted content and browse the internet safely with Distill

Distill is a Google Chrome extension that creates a better internet experience by helping people browse the web safely and block unwanted images and text from their view. For example, this Valentine’s day, you might want to block all images related to romance, so you’re not constantly bombarded with reminders that you’re forever alone. Just sayin’.


Use Clarifai’s Face Detection model to find faces in images

Clarifai's new Face Detection model finds faces in images and returns bounding box location coordinates. This model is useful for security camera footage, photo filter apps, dating apps, digital photography, and more. Here's a copy + paste tutorial on how to use our Face Detection model and Javascript to build a fun face photo filter!


Clarifai Featured Hack: Use Clarifai for audio recognition with ADKI

Clarifai is well-known in the artificial intelligence world for being the best image recognition technology out there. But, did you know that Clarifai can be used to recognize audio as well? ADKI is an app that extends Clarifai’s API to work with audio - here’s how!


Auto-tagging user-generated content in Pixide’s mobile photo app

Learn how Clarifai's visual recognition API can be used to power mobile apps that collect user-generated content - like Pixide's photo contest app that taps into a global network of photographers and thousands of user-submitted pictures.


How to check user-generated content and images for unwanted nudity

User-generated content is like a box of chocolates - you never know what you're going to get. Whether you're a developer building an app that relies on user-uploaded listings (like AirBnb or eBay) or you're helping a brand run an online contest with user-generated content (like GoPro), you can use this simple and effective method for checking user-generated content for Not Safe for Work subject matter and preventing it from being uploaded and shared.


Clarifai Featured Hack: Improve your emotional health with FeelyBot

It’s a new year, which means everyone is refocusing on what’s important to them, whether it’s getting back in shape or taking a year off to travel. One thing we believe to be super important is emotional health - that’s why we love FeelyBot, an app that senses your mood and improves it through positive interactions.


Clarifai Featured Hack: Find the perfect gift with Gifted, an AI-powered recommendation engine

Gifted is an AI-powered recommendation engine that takes the guesswork out of gift-giving by looking at a photo and suggesting an appropriate present. You can send Gifted a photo of the gift recipient or their interests to build a gifting profile perfectly suited to their personality!


Train a custom visual recognition model using Clarifai’s Python client

Last week, our v2 API graduated from developer preview to general availability. Don’t they grow up so fast?! As such, here is a useful tutorial on how to use one of Clarifai v2 API's most popular features - Custom Training. Custom Training gives you the ability to teach new concepts for our technology to recognize using only a handful of examples and a couple lines of code!


Clarifai Featured Hack: Blu Vision is a visual alarm clock for the hearing impaired

We’ve all experienced the terrible feeling of jolting awake after our blaring alarm clocks force us into consciousness. For the hearing-impaired, a blaring alarm clock usually means an intrusive and uncomfortable vibrating wristband. What if there were a better way to wake? Blu Vision is a visual alarm clock that uses blue light to gradually wake you up, adjusting its intensity by learning user behavior through the Clarifai API.


Side-by-side guide: How to transition from Clarifai v1 to v2 API

We're excited to announce that our v2 API (including new Custom Training and Visual search features) will be graduating from developer preview to general availability. If you were previously using our v1 API, here's a guide to help you easily and seamlessly transition into v2 so you can take advantage of our new usage-based pricing and access the full range of our new features.


Clarifai Featured Hack: How Many Rocks Are There is an app that counts how many rocks there are, naturally

Do you ever stay awake at night, cursing your brain for keeping you up by replaying every awkward social blunder you’ve ever made or bugging you with pointless questions like “How many rocks are there in the world?” While we can’t save you from your social awkwardness, we do have an app that can help you count rocks. You’re welcome.