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Harness the power of next-generation AI to extract more from text in 27 languages: detect bigotry, sexual harassment, cyberbullying, extract topics, and find not only whether, but also why the customer is happy or unhappy with your product or service. Our applications and components are accessible via a public cloud on a subscription basis (SaaS), can be installed on premises, or embedded in 3rd party applications for seamless integration and security.
The supported languages are: English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Arabic, Danish, German, Spanish, Persian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Pashto, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese.
We offer several ways to use our components, from a generous free plan (not just a limited trial) to enterprise-grade plans and on prem installation options. Whether you're a small startup, an independent developer, or an enterprise, we can work together.
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API AI provides a way to create mapping between language structures that are common in natural languesgea and data structures that are easy for software to parse and take action. Once these mappings have been created, you can make a query with either natural languages text or a voice sound file, and API.AI will return structured data with an action to take the parameters to act upon.
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