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An easy to use Video Content Recognition API. The search engine watches a movie frame by frame, just as man does it, distinguishing individual images, which allows the mechanism to find even short-duration fragments of familiar video. You must have an registered account at Invarivision to use it (sign up at https://tracker2.invarivision.com/registration.php if you don't have account yet).
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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 protected]
NOTE: You need an API-Key to use this API. See README for more details. The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA) is a public repository of cancer images and related clinical data for the express purpose of enabling open science research. Currently over 26 million radiologic images of cancer are contained in this repository. The API allows you to query metadata and download images from the various public collections available on TCIA
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Welcome to the WTIA REST API! Using this service, you can get current, past, or future position of the ISS, get timezone information about a set of coordinates, and also get TLE data on the ISS. Currently there is no authentication required for accessing the WTIA REST API, but some endpoints likely will allow for authentication in the future. [...] Some notes on responses from this API: Please feel free to use the "feedback" button on this site to communicate any questions, concerns, or requests you may have about using this API, and we'll try to respond promptly. This endpoint returns a list of satellites that this API has information about, inluding a common name and NORAD catalog id.