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11 September 2020
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A machine learning framework is an interface that allows developers to build and deploy machine learning models faster and easier. A tool like this allows enterprises to scale their machine learning efforts securely while maintaining a healthy ML lifecycle. read more
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20 June 2015
3 min read
If there’s one thing the internet is good for, it’s racy material. This is a headache for a number of reasons, including a) it tends to show up where you’d rather it wouldn’t, like forums, social media, etc. and b) while humans generally know it when we see it, computers don’t so much. We here...
11 June 2015
3 min read
Today’s blog post is brought to you by one of our community members @sprague. Thanks for submitting ! The same simple Algorithmia API that works with Python, Java, Scala, and others, is easy for iOS programming too. This short lesson assumes you have a basic knowledge of iOS programming: enough to...
19 May 2015
7 min read
The world runs on data, but all too often, the effort to acquire fresh data, analyze it and deploy a live analysis or model can be a challenge. We here at Algorithmia spend most of our waking hours thinking about how to help you with the latter problem, and our friends at Socrata spend their time thinking...
28 April 2015
5 min read
Today’s blog post is brought to you by one of our customers DeansList software. Thank you Matt for sharing your experience with our community.  At DeansList, one of the things that we do really well is build custom report cards that students take home (or get e–mailed) to their parents. We build...
25 April 2015
4 min read
For us here at Algorithmia, protecting the privacy and security of our user’s information is a top priority. After some time in development, we are happy to announce that starting today we will be recognizing security researchers for their efforts through a bug bounty program.. A bug bounty program...
14 April 2015
4 min read
In 1996 Larry Page and Sergey Brin published the Backrub paper, a research project about a new kind of search engine. The concept was a link analysis algorithm that measured relative importance within a set. Based on this one algorithm, the company Google was created and the PageRank index became one...
2 April 2015
12 min read
Today’s blog post is brought to you by one of our community members John Hammink Imagine – you are a novice programmer and want to harness the power of algorithms.   Or maybe you are an academic, or an expert in another area that has nothing to do with programming and want to incorporate algorithms...
12 March 2015
2 min read
A year ago, we shared with you our belief that Algorithm Development is Broken, where we laid out the problems in the world of algorithm development, and our vision of how to make things better. Since then, we’ve been working hard to create our vision of the world’s first open marketplace for algorithms...
20 February 2015
4 min read
Links in this post require access to Algorithmia.com private beta – you can obtain access by just following this link.  Inspired by @sampullara’s tweet we started thinking about how we could create an N-gram trainer and text generator directly in Algorithmia. It also happened to be almost Valentine’s...
19 November 2014
4 min read
We here at Algorithmia are firm believers that no one tool can do it all – that’s why we are working hard to put the world’s algorithmic knowledge within everyone’s reach. Needless to say, that’s a work that will be in progress for awhile, but we’re well on the way to getting many of...