The Ambiverse Natural Language Understanding API allows users to extract usable information from unstructured text. Information is extracted in the form of entities, which may be identified as people, locations, organizations, or products. These are linked to a Wikipedia-derived YAGO knowledge graph, which users can query to obtain further information.
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The Ambiverse Natural Language Understanding Java SDK by Ambiverse extracts entities from unstructured text, such as person, location, organization, or product. It allows developers to obtain data from Wikipedia links, textual descriptions, images, and lists of relevant categories.