Machine learning

Algorithms that independently learn to make predictions and decisions after training on datasets instead of being explicitly programmed.

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11 November 2015
3 min read
Algorithmia was on-hand at the second-annual DubHacks hackathon last month, the largest collegiate hackathon in the Pacific Northwest. Over 600 student developers and designers flocked to the University of Washington in Seattle campus to form teams, build projects, and create solutions to real-world...
3 November 2015
2 min read
We’re honored to be included on this year’s GeekWire Seattle 10. This prestigious list showcases the 10 most promising startups in the Seattle area with world-changing business ideas. Algorithmia was selected by a panel of judges, which included Geoff Entress (Pioneer Square Labs), Rebecca Lovell...
2 November 2015
< 1 min read
  The world of algorithms is as endless as it is fascinating. Working as a programmer encourages you to always pick up new tools and bring them into your applications. Our free eBook, Five Algorithms Every Web Developer Can Use and Understand by Sheldon Kreger, teaches you how to harness the power...
27 October 2015
< 1 min read
Join Algorithmia on Monday, November 9th at 4pm for a discussion on the power of algorithms at Startup Hall, and how you can build next generation apps using machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, and more. We’ll discuss how algorithms can power intelligent platforms, and...
21 October 2015
3 min read
Recommendation engines are all over the web – you’ll recognize them under the headings such as “More articles like this,” Amazon’s “Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought,” or even the side bar of related videos on YouTube. Recommender systems help users discover content on your site...
13 October 2015
3 min read
As much as I love building large, robust software systems and services, I often just want a quick script to solve a particular problem. In those instances I feel most comfortable dropping to the command line. With Algorithmia’s new CLI tool, I can quickly and easily access algorithms for a wide variety...
12 October 2015
< 1 min read
We’ve teamed up with General Assembly to produce a free, two-hour workshop designed to help web developers build brilliant apps using Algorithmia’s powerful platform.  You’ll learn how to gain access to world class algorithms in five lines of code or less, allowing you to recognize patterns in...
8 October 2015
2 min read
Using machine learning from Algorithmia to train a model to recognize faces Name That Actor is a minimal demo from Algorithmia to show how anyone can use a classic face recognition algorithm. In the box below, enter the URL to a photo of one of the actors from the TV show “Parks and Recreation”...
7 October 2015
3 min read
These instructions are out-of-date. Please See https://algorithmia.com/developers/clients/cli/ instead. Algorithmia has released a command line interface (CLI)! This new, cross-platform tool allows you to use the command line to call more than 1,600 algorithms from the Algorithmia API. The official...
30 September 2015
2 min read
Algorithmia is excited to announce that we’ve been selected to present at AWS re:Invent 2015 in Las Vegas on Tuesday, October 6th! Our founders Diego Oppenheimer and Kenny Daniel will be presenting a solution for building and deploying serverless applications using Algorithmia and AWS Lambda during...