The Wolfram Alpha Python Library developed by Derik Pereira allows to access the The Wolfram Alpha webservice API as long as it supports web requests and XML. Due to the use of Python language, developers could work with a simple syntax, deep prototyping, and easy to use data structures. Such operations can facilitate dynamic computations of built-in data, algorithms, and methods, main features of the Wolfram Alpha API.
Syllabs is a Paris-based semantic processing service. This company likely has academic roots, based on the number of public research laboratories with whom it partners. The impression presented on the website is that the Syllabs API offering will continue to grow and change as its consulting business thrives. The company even offers to develop custom private APIs to fill the particular language processing need that you may have. Clearly Syllabs sees its API as a key component of running a consulting business. It’s a little ‘try before you buy’ strategy.
Organizations are continuously engaged in mining the large amounts of information that is generated daily on social networks. As is natural, they would like to understand trends and any mentions in real time. Topsy, a realtime search engine has been indexing Twitter data on a daily basis and providing the Topsy API, to sift through that information. It has now added another feather in its cap by adding public Google Plus posts to its index.