Clarifai-powered Adobe Lightroom plugin automatically sorts your photos by image quality

With our recently released Landscape Quality and Portrait Quality models, we built an Adobe Lightroom plugin for photographers to use to automatically sort high quality photos…


Build a command line app that sorts your photos by quality

With our new Landscape Quality and Portrait Quality models, photographers can now quickly identify which images are of high quality and prioritize working on them while leaving…


How Visual Similarity and Custom Metadata can Enhance Your Search

Data can be thought of simply as a thing we want to remember for future use. Metadata helps describe the data we’re trying to remember. So when we are putting it in context…


Search images by visual similarity with the Clarifai API

When you’re searching for images, words are often not enough to find exactly what you need. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could just show your computer a picture and say, “Find…


Getting Started with Search by Geo Location

Fact: Clarifai’s Search API allows you to search your images and video by visual similarity. Lesser known fact: it also lets you search your media by geo location data! Learn…


How to demo your localhost app using ngrok

Ngrok is a reverse proxy that allows you to expose your locally running web service to other developers. It’s a timesaver for developers when it comes down to showcasing a…


Build your own visual similarity app with Clarifai's Face Embedding model

We’re excited to release our new Face Embedding model which you can use for organizing, filtering, and ranking images of faces according to visual similarity. Follow along with…


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

Last December, we announced a new feature that would let Clarifai users build their own custom trained models to predict against, aptly called Custom Training. Now, we’re excited…


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…


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…


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,…


Search images on Slack with Clarifai's visual recognition technology

Our partners at Stamplay made a slick and easy way to integrate Clarifai’s visual recognition technology with Slack, so you can search your images on Slack and use them to…