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SYSTRAN.io platform is a collection of APIs for Translation, Multilingual Dictionary lookups, Natural Language Processing (Entity recognition, Morphological analysis, Part of Speech tagging, Language Identification...) and Text Extraction (from documents, audio files or images).
Use b-semantic's API to extract and analyze web text. The API contains endpoints for text extraction, entity extraction, similarity computing and URL recommendations based on similarity. b-semantic is REST based, employs HTTP POST methods, and accepts JSON data types. Use the text extraction service to extract the main text elements from a URL or HTML source code. The entity extraction web service identifies entities. Compare URL's, HTML Fragments or text by measuring their similarity. Finally get recommendations based on website similarity. IMPORTANT: This is one of the rare apis that explicitly supports the german language regarding semantic analytics!
Get your API key at https://api.bitext.com/#/signup/api Contact us at [email protected] You can use this REST API to perform: Sentiment Analysis: Structure every part of an opinion into positive/neutral/negative, identify the topic of the opinion, the sentiment expression used, and get a numeric value for each of the sentiment-bearing phrases. Entity Extraction: Extract from text names, places, firms, twitter users, and others. Categorization: Classify text using a custom build taxonomy Concept Analysis: Linguistically based structuring text.
AlchemyAPI is an IBM-owned company that uses machine learning (specifically, deep learning) to do natural language processing (specifically, semantic text analysis, including sentiment analysis) and computer vision (specifically, face detection and recognition) for its clients both over the cloud and on-premises. It gets paid per API call, and does over 3 billion API calls per month. A TechCrunch article highlights that even though the technology is similar, AlchemyAPI offers its technology in the form of software as a service (by allowing people to make API calls), making its technological capabilities more accessible to people. In September 2011, ProgrammableWeb added AlchemyAPI to its API Billionaires Club, alongside giants such as Google and Facebook. In February 2013, it was announced that AlchemyAPI had raised USD 2 million to improve the capabilities of its deep learning technology. In March 2015, it was announced that AlchemyAPI had been acquired by IBM and the company's breakthroughs in deep learning would accelerate IBM's development of next generation cognitive computing applications. In November 2013, GigaOm listed AlchemyAPI as one of the top startups working in deep learning, along with Cortica and Ersatz.