The UnFound Relevant Wikipedia Pages API can extract important topics from any given text or URL and suggests all relevant Wikipedia Pages related to those topics. By presenting these suggested Wikipedia Articles, it can present users with opportunities to discover new facts about the given text, explore related concepts and understand the meanings of terms used in the original text.
The API can be used it in your application or product for a recommendation system, personalization, semantic analysis, etc. It can take any type of text as input and will perform best on URLs corresponding to news, blog, content, and more. There are several tiers of plan usage available.
UnFound is an intelligent news insights app that helps you consume news that matters. They provide a diverse perspective to news and also give appropriate context, with the aim of eliminating the epidemic of biased misinformation.
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