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 !

 

Evan Prodromou speaking at RSA Conference

I (Evan Prodromou) will be on a panel for the upcoming RSA Conference in San Francisco next week (Feb 29 – March 4). I’ll be on a panel with my friend Tod Beardsley called Makers vs. Breakers. The panel is about evenly divided between security researchers — the “breakers” — and software developers — the “makers”. We’re going to talk about the sometimes tense divide between security people and developers.

If you’re at RSA Conference, please let me know. I’m especially interested in speaking to people who are using, or are thinking about using, Fuzzy.io or other AI systems for security analysis.