Company Updates & Technology Articles
You can now be a part of a team on Scale API! Until recently, only the original creator of a task could access its history, visually inspect responses, and provide direct feedback on quality. It was a hurdle to our users getting the fullest possible value out of our platform.
Today we are happy to announce a new version of our customer dashboard! We’ve cleaned up the dashboard so it’s faster and more efficient for you to use.
One of the most obvious signs that a site is made with Next.JS is that you load the page, you click a link to another section and it loads instantly. That’s because when a page is loaded, Next.JS will download in the background all the other pages linked with tags.
We recently worked with the team at Cloudinary to help build and evaluate a better image compression and quality measurements. The results of Cloudinary’s work on Scale were very insightful and we wanted to share it broadly to demonstrate how more companies can leverage human judgments to build high quality features.
We’re excited to be launching a bunch of new annotation types for images. Since the launch of our bounding box API, we’ve annotated millions of images with boxes to identify a host of different objects, from cars and hats to roof damage and parking lots.
We are excited to announce that we have raised a $4.5 million Series A round of funding led by Accel. Along with this funding, Accel’s Daniel Levine has joined Scale’s board. The funding will be used to invest in our rapid growth, expand our offerings, and grow our team.
Starting today, we will now be sending word-by-word timestamps for all of our audio transcription requests. It was a common feature request we’ve gotten for our audio transcription API, and has enabled a wide range of applications for our customers.
One of the largest automobile companies in the world uses Scale to help build self-driving cars. Self-driving cars (SDCs) are one of the most exciting technologies being developed today.
We are really excited to release our audio transcription API today to developers everywhere! We have heard many times from developers that they need better tools to make sense of their audio data.
Almost every social platform needs content moderation. Most have their own unique community guidelines. What may be inappropriate in one community is acceptable in another. However, context always matters.