This simple Java snippet is made for interfacing with the MonkeyLearn web API. MonkeyLearn is a cloud based text mining and semantic processing service. Developers can integrate MonkeyLearn into their app for natural language processing and machine learning customized for uploaded text. Users can extract and classify content using MokneyLearn's web interface or through their APIs. MonkeyLearn hosts a web API with wrappers for major programming languages for compatibility with most applications.
Here is an interview with Brandon Wirtz, CTO of the very exciting text mining API startup Stremor.com. We have covered Stremor here before. Liquid Helium API is the core of all Stremor's products and it extracts information about sentence and paragraph structure, word usage, parts of speech, grammar, writing style, punctuation, and author bias. Stremor also has a new kind of search engine called Samuru based on it's language APIs.
Twenty-Two APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Big Data, Bitcoin, Sports, and Banking. Highlights include APIs for detecting data leaks and for integrating with retail Point of Sale solutions. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
IBM has announced several new IBM Watson technologies that the company hopes will advance the Natural Language Processing (NLP) capabilities within Watson APIs. These new features include advanced sentiment analysis, advanced topic clustering, and summarization tools.