Use Case Gallery
We are a community of users ranging from independent developers to established enterprises powering algorithms that span every vertical from text analysis to image and video processing. Here are some ideas of what you can do with the Algorithmia Platform.
Find Related Products on Product Hunt
Navigate Product Hunt like a pro with Product Genius. This Chrome extension uses FP-Growth to surface recommended products from other users who have upvoted the product you are looking at. This is similar to how Amazon's "Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought" recommendations work. Learn how to build and implement your own collaborative filtering recommendation engine today.
Content Recommendation Engine
Content recommendation engines usually require significant backend wiring and infrastructure. We overcame this challenge and built a drop-in (three line) recommendation engine that can be easily integrated into any blog. This demo leverages site mapping and several natural-language processing algorithms.
Smart News Readers
We all struggle from information overload. By connecting to RSS feeds, scraping and summarizing content, we were able to create a smarter RSS client that will help you get more out of your reading time. This demo combines several algorithms from HTML scraping to natural language processing.
Visualize Search-Engine Mappings
How is your website viewed by search engines? We created an interactive visualizer by mapping all pages in a given domain, retrieving content from pages and applying the Page Rank algorithm. This demo uses domain mapping techniques and the Page Rank algorithm.
Automated Nudity Detection
Racy content is difficult to identify in order to filter it out when necessary. We sought a novel approach to this problem by drawing polygons around the face and nose, and then measuring skin tone inside the face area but outside the nose, and look for similar patches in the remaining areas of the image. This demo uses OpenCV for face and nose detection.
Tracking Economic Development
How likely is your city to be affected by a recession? By analyzing municipal building permit data and applying multiple time series algorithms, we created a live analysis of selected cities’ economic development and trajectory. This demo is an example of acquiring fresh data, applying denoising and regression techniques, and deploying a live model.