The Cloud Natural Language API uses Google's machine learning to integrate applications with a text analysis system. This API can extract data about places, people , and events, obtain intent from conversations, and perform analysis on specific text uploaded to the servers. The Natural Language API is REST based, uses JSON for requests, and API Keys for authentication. Currently, this API is in beta, and it is free to try.
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The Google Cloud Analyze Natural Language .NET Sample Code by Google demonstrates how to interact with the API. Developers can analyze natural language by building and running the program available on GitHub.
The Google Cloud Natural Language C# Sample Code by Google demonstrates that API interaction can be useful to analyze, configure, and run a program. Successful returns display language, polarity, magnitude, sentences, and entities.
The Google Cloud Natural Language Node.js Sample Code by Google demonstrates how API interaction can analyze texts, sentiment, entities, and syntax selecting language as an option. Source code is available on GitHub as well as documentation link.
The Google Cloud Natural Language Java Sample Code by Google provides Analyze as a command line tool to interact with the API. It demonstrates how to run the sample via Apache Maven, available at https://maven.apache.org/
The Google Cloud Natural Language Python Sample Code by Google demonstrates how to interact with the API, providing sentiment analysis, entity analysis, text extraction, database support, and syntax analysis.