Imgur's API exposes the entire Imgur infrastructure via a standardized programmatic interface. Using Imgur's API, you can do just about anything you can do on imgur.com, while using your programming language of choice. If you're familiar with the APIs of Twitter, Amazon's S3, del.icio.us, or a host of other web services, you'll feel right at home. The full documentation is available at: http://api.imgur.com
An AI service from Microsoft Azure that turns any app into an image search resource.
IMG4Me is a free service to convert your text into image. You can use this service to prevent crawlers and robots from copying your email address, articles, or website contents. Meanwhile, you can handle encoding errors as well if your text is in non-English characters.
A simple meme generator that generates memes by choosing a preloaded images, and short top and bottom text sentences. Memes are served in the JPEG image file format.
A better Face detection service! Provides coordinates for all faces detected.
Use all the power of AI and machine learning to reduce your costs on image recognition and moderation in your apps and products. The Everypixel Image Recognition is a set of pre-trained models available through the API. Thanks to easy algorithms assignment, developers can start using them once they sign up.
Automate the process of analyzing, organizing and searching through large collections of unstructured images.
Aspose.Imaging Cloud provides the most demanding imaging routines such as Re-sizing, Cropping, Rotation, and Conversion. It supports the most common raster file-formats including PSD, PNG, JPG, BMP, TIFF, and GIF.
Our real-time API provides science-backed high accuracy detection of sensitive images (pornography, nudity, sexuality, violence). We are constantly improving our API. Keywords: adult, porn, moderation, image validation, explicit, detection, NSFW. Any questions: email@example.com
Image recognition APIs are computer vision (CV) products. They are available on a cloud-based platform called machine learning as a service (MLaaS).
Image recognition is the process of identifying objects and putting them into preset classes. The API is trained to answer the question, “What is this image?” The API determines what it is and then draws a box around that image.
Supervised learning, also called classified learning, and unsupervised learning are the two methods of detecting images. Machine learning algorithms look at similar features to make estimates of the image. An image is categorized by the software after it compares it to the ones that were previously detected in the same category. That is supervised learning.
Unsupervised learning searches for features in images that were not previously found. This is how an image recognition API can determine if an object in an image should be in a new category.
Search image APIs will typically contain to some degree both supervised and unsupervised machine learning methodologies to identify objects.
New and experienced developers, API users, and businesses benefit from using image search APIs.
For developers and API users, hosted services give them the advantage of using the best of technology in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). They won’t have to build an image search API from scratch when it is a pre-trained model.
Businesses benefit as well from image search APIs. They can organize their online catalog with more accurate product tagging. When customers find what they need faster, it enhances the customer’s experience. An image search API can also save time in order processing because customer support will not often be required to fix errors based on incorrect image tagging.
Since image recognition API requires minimal coding, users can expect a more efficient way to build robust software applications that feature product catalogs.
Businesses may enjoy a higher rate of customer satisfaction when products are tagged properly.
RapidAPI Marketplace showcases several freemium image recognition APIs from top-quality vendors. The Face Detection API identifies human faces in images. Another freemium API is Microsoft Computer Vision.
Basic plans for most APIs require no monthly fee, however, they charge a small usage fee of less than a penny per image so that users pay based on their specific needs.
All image APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
Sign up today for free on RapidAPI to begin using Image APIs!