The Huginn Naive Bayes agent uses some incoming Events as a training set for Naive Bayes Machine Learning. Then it classifies Events from other sources accordingly using tags. Acts as a Huginn Agent front end to the NBayes gem.
This code demonstrates how to scrape the Doomsday Clock to get the current value. It has a CSS selector, source, and regular expression to extract the current time.
A website which has more official documentation for Huginn, a database of agents (included and third party) and what they do, sample Huginn scenarios that can be imported and tinkered with, and Ruby gems of the third party agents.
A site that offers many different algorithms, functions, and models as microservices that you can send data to via REST API and then receive results from. A Huginn agent has been created as a ruby gem already. An official Python module that presents the API natively exists, also. Attempts to be as language agnostic as possible.
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