Article published on ProgrammableWeb that takes a detailed look at the web search tools/APIs provided by Google and Microsoft. This is part two of a two-part article about the state of web search APIs.
Article published on ProgrammableWeb that covers the increasing use of convolutional neural networks (CNNs) to improve computer vision methods.
The article features companies providing image recognition platforms that include automatic photo tagging and classification.
Article published on the SmartBear Software Blog that covers how Netflix successfully moved from a monolithic to cloud-based microservices architecture and helped pave the way for other companies to do the same.
Created an advertorial for Sentient Technologies that was published in the March 2016 NRF STORES Custom Content eBlast. The advertorial highlights the challenges that consumers face when presented with thousands of products to choose from.
Free e-book from AlchemyAPI, an IBM company, that covers why it's so important for organizations to have a data analysis strategy and provides insight into the information crisis that many companies are facing today.
An in-depth product review of REST United highlighting key features of the platform. Article was published on ProgrammableWeb.
Article published on ProgrammableWeb that features some of the most widely used mapping APIs and geodata sources; Google Maps, Bing Maps, MapQuest, OpenLayers, etc.
Free e-book from AlchemyAPI, an IBM company, that features six practical deep learning use cases including voice-activated assistants, recommendation engines, image recognition, image tagging, pattern recognition, and advertising.
Article published on ProgrammableWeb about legal issues related to Minecraft software development, including updates to the EULA, software licenses and copyright infringement claims (DMCA), and Microsoft's recent acquisition of Mojang for $2.5 billion.
There is a vast amount of unstructured data generated every second by internet-connected devices. There are also many technologies and tools available today that journalists can use to gather, clean, and analyze massive amounts of data. These are just a few of the factors driving the rise of data journalism.
There are different perspectives as to what data journalism is. In my view, data journalism is:
Journalism in which data is the source, inspiration, and the tool for telling a story.
The Guardian Data Blog published a great article about data journalism in which it states that "data journalism is not graphics and visualisations. It's about telling the story in the best way possible."
Vox published an article about data journalism saying that "data journalism is not just data visualization. Data journalism is, simply, journalism based off of data."
Ultimately, the goal of data journalism is to tell accurate, informative stories that are engaging for readers on all devices and platforms.