We are Montreal AI

One of the great outcomes of the AIFest event in Montréal last weekend was an increased sense of unity among the different parts of the AI ecosystem here. We are all working together to make AI a new industry in this city. 

To that end, we have created an open letter to the applicants for the AI Supercluster program in Montréal. This is a federal program to invest in AI. We want to work with government, industry and academia to make the ecosystem a success. 

The letter is at wearemtlai.org. Fuzzy.ai’s co-founders have signed as well as dozens of leaders in the community. We encourage participants big and small to make their voices heard. We can only do this if we work together. 

Security issue in Fuzzy.ai API fixed

We’ve identified and corrected a content spoofing issue in the API server for Fuzzy.ai. Thanks to Nessim Jerbi for identifying and reporting this security bug, as well as recommending a fix.

Our 404 handler on the API server would echo the erroneous path in its error message. An attacker could craft a path that would inject text into the error message for other users, giving the impression that it was an official message from Fuzzy.ai.

We’re not aware of any abuse of this bug having occurred. The bug has been patched on our servers and does not require any updates to client software or SDKs.

Major update to the Python SDK for Fuzzy.ai

One of the benefits of having Fuzzy.ai on Product Hunt last week was getting a lot of additional eyeballs on our SDKs for different programming language. We got a lot of feedback on the Python library on github, so there’s now a new version of the fuzzy.ai package in pypi.

This version brings the Python SDK up to the same level of functionality as other SDKs, and provides support for Python 2 and 3, a better unit testing framework, and some other software engineering improvements.

Please kick the tires if you’re a Python developer. Issues to Github!

New Ruby SDK version for Fuzzy.ai

The Fuzzy.ai SDK for Ruby was updated to version 0.2.1 this week, based on feedback from Ruby developers who were building apps with the library. The gem is significantly better than previously, with a number of bugs fixed, additional features for managing agents, and improved integration with other gems.

You can get the SDK using gem install fuzzy.ai  from the command line or add gem ‘fuzzy.ai’ to your Gemfile.

More info in the docs and please file issues on the github project.


Fuzzy.io is now Fuzzy.ai

We’ve changed the name of our company to better reflect who we are and what we do.

Fuzzy.ai reminds people that our API is great for getting started with artificial intelligence. People are looking to .ai domains for AI solutions, so we wanted to insert ourselves into that conversation.

We’ve tried to get all our social media and web presence up-to-date with the new name, and all the old links should continue to work.

But if you see an old name or logo, please let us know at help@fuzzy.ai !