Zach Miners of PC World reports, “Bing now supports searches with emoji, meaning you can insert or paste a range of emoji icons like hearts, smiley faces, food graphics, or any combination thereof, for some interesting, though not always useful, results.”
Derrick Harris of GigaOM reports, “Denver-based startup AlchemyAPI is keeping proactive in the world of artificial intelligence, launching on Monday night a new service that lets users perform computer vision tasks such as image-tagging and photo search via API.”
Derrick Harris of GigaOM recently wrote, “With all the money being spent on, and all the futuristic talk about about big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence and all things in between, it’s easy to forget that Microsoft and Google still have large businesses in web search.”
DataArt, a leading custom software development company that builds advanced solutions for select industries, today announced the first results of DataArt ORANGE, a series of research and development projects that aim to automate the tracking of users’ nutrition habits.
According to a new article out of Mobile Marketing and Technology, “British company Cortexica has developed the first software in the world that will help consumers to purchase the perfect pair of shoes.”