You can use fuzzy.ai from your Ruby project using the Open Source library.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install fuzzy.ai
You can download the software at: https://github.com/fuzzy-ai/fuzzy.ai-ruby
This gem handles the most basic usage of Fuzzy.ai.
# Require the module require 'fuzzy.ai' # Your API key (get one from https://fuzzy.ai/) API_KEY = 'YOUR_API_KEY_HERE' # Create an account object acct = FuzzyAi::Account.new API_KEY # ID of the agent you want to call; get it from https://fuzzy.ai/ AGENT_ID = 'AGENT_ID_HERE' # Inputs; map of string or symbol to numbers inputs = Hash.new inputs[:input1] = 10 inputs[:input2] = 30 # Ask the agent to evaluate the inputs; returns two values! outputs, evaluation_id = acct.evaluate AGENT_ID, inputs # Outputs is all the outputs puts outputs["output1"] # An opaque ID for the evaluation puts evaluation_id # For feedback, provide a performance metric performance = Hash.new performance[:performance1] = 3 fb = acct.feedback evaluation_id, performance
Class representing a single account; you can use it to do evaluations and give feedback.
Takes a string representing the API key. You can get the key on the top of your account page on https://fuzzy.ai/ .
Takes a string representing the agent ID, and a hash mapping input names (strings or symbols) to numbers.
Response is two values (2!) -- a map of the output names to numbers, and a string for the evaluation ID.
Takes a string for the evaluation ID, and a hash mapping performance metrics to numbers. You can provide more than one metric.
The metrics will be optimized to decrease toward zero -- so, distance from target, etc. If you have a number that will go towards infinity, give its inverse (1/x).