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This API provides text analysis for Tone, Sentiment, Summarization, Personality Analysis, and more. This API can be used for: Part of Speech Tagging Named Entity Recognition Sentence Disambiguation KeyWord Extraction Summarization and Sentence Significance Sentiment Analysis Alliteration Detection Word Sense Disambiguation Clustering Logistic Regression Scoring Prominence Tagging for Latent Semantic Indexing Tagging for Singular Value Decomposition Phonetic Decomposition Reading Difficulty Modeling Technical Difficulty Modeling Spelling Correction String Comparison and Plagiarism Detection Author Profiling Psychographic Modeling Fact and Statistic Extraction Ism Extraction Character Language Modeling It is also useful in the creation of ChatBots, SearchEngines, and KnolExtraction for Automated Documentation.
Discover the emotions expressed by the audience into their tweets, comments or chats and build rules, priority lists and alerts based on the emotions expressed. Qemotion is editing the most complete api to detect not only sentiment (positive/negative) but also qualitative analytics like the real emotions expressed into texts. Among other analytics, we’re automatically detecting: Emotional e-index © Qemotion France SAS Main Primary emotions by sentence Primary emotions intensity and breakdown (Happiness, Surprise, Sadness, Fear, Anger, Disgust) Speech engagement © Qemotion France SAS including Personal commitment, Time orientation, etc. Sensations (Taste, Smell, Sight, Touch, Suffering, etc.) - *BETA Mode Other emotional KPI (Valence, arousal, Dominance) Thematics & Topics of the speech (= Emotional triggers) English and French are currently available and 30 other spoken idiomas will be available soon. * Please contact us if interested to get more details The public API is free but limited. test can be easily with mashape. Do not hesitate to send us an email to [email protected] if you want to get an access. We will reply you in minutes and it’s free for limited volumes and non business purposes.
AOL (stylized as Aol., formerly a company known as AOL Inc. and originally known as America Online) is an American web portal and online service provider based in New York City. The service traces its history to an online service known as PlayNET, which hosted multi-player games for the Commodore 64. PlayNET licensed their software to a new service, Quantum Link (Q-Link), who went online in November 1985. In the early years of AOL the company introduced many innovative online interactive titles and games, including: In February 1991, AOL for DOS was launched using a GeoWorks interface followed a year later by AOL for Windows. In its earlier incarnation as a "walled garden" community and service provider, AOL received criticism for its community policies, terms of service, and customer service. Prior to 2006, AOL was known for its direct mailing of CD-ROMs and 3½" floppy disks containing its software. This protest or strike is noted as the first of its kind for an online environment and was nicknamed for the row of the arena it was held in: Row 800.