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Jeannie - -

pannous Paid Usage

Jeannie (Voice Actions) is a virtual assistant with over two Million downloads, now also available via API. The objective of this service is to provide you and your robot with the smartest answer to any natural language question, just like Siri. This service provides an interface to the standard functions that users demand of modern voice assistants. For example chatting, looking up information, creating messages and much much more. It also provides useful metadata such as sentence analysis and entity extraction that goes beyond simple chatting and voice commands. Over 2 million users have already been in contact with this API: Examples: Complete documentation:


Text-Processing - -

japerk Paid Usage

Sentiment analysis, stemming and lemmatization, part-of-speech tagging and chunking, phrase extraction and named entity recognition.


Face - -

lambda Paid Usage

A computer vision api for facial recognition and facial detection that is a perfect replacement. We currently have a free api for face detection.

Query Classification

Query Classification - -

tdguest Free

This API can be used to find the topic of a keyword query. The topic for the query will be chosen from over 1500 predefined topics. This works best with query phrases like - "Star Wars", "Dell Inspiron 1420 price" This technology has been provided by Query Dynamics LLC ( This technology is being used to categorize tweets at a website called TweetDynamics ( To get the class for the query "Star Wars" submit a GET request to - The following JSON code will be returned: {"Answer": sci-fi movie} The category of the query is within the by the Answer tag. Some of the uses of this api are to create tools for online query analysis and offline query log analysis.

Stremor Automated Summary and Abstract Generator

Stremor Automated Summary and Abstract Generator - -

stremor Paid Usage

Use the Automated Summaries API to generate instant 350 character (+/- 10%) summaries of long content from text or URLs. Summaries are returned as highly readable paragraphs with complete sentences for the best end-user experience. Use the returned content for executive summaries of internal documents, previews of articles, efficient mobile pages, email abstract previews, or just about any instance where your end user will benefit from a summary rather than simple snippet. Language Heuristics goes a step beyond Natural Language Processing to extract intent from text. Summaries are created through extraction, but maintain readability by keeping sentence dependencies intact. HTML pages are passed through a template removal process so that only the article text is summarized avoiding comments, menus, headers, and footers. Analysis of the document ranks sentences for importance identifying key concepts, entities, article points and conclusions.

Stremor TLDR for HTML  or Text Abstract Generator with Ranked Output

Stremor TLDR for HTML or Text Abstract Generator with Ranked Output - -

stremor Paid Usage

The summarization API takes content of any length (up to 1megabyte) in plain text or HTML, and returns scores for the importance of each sentence 0-99, and a summary roughly 350 characters in length. Summaries are in plain text even if the original content was part of a complex HTML page. This version of the API will return HTML with spans in the content that rank a sentence 0-99. This can be used to present a summary of any length by hiding spans based on a thresh hold. This is great for shortening an HTML document to 50% length and maintaining all of the formatting. Returned text as presented as Json. Requests must be made as a POST request. Content must be at least 3 sentences long for a summary to be generated. The request takes a single query parameter, “content” , which is the text you wish to summarize. Response is text summary, and HTML with spans. Even if content is too short the request will be served a 200 response.


PageMunch - -

tommoor Free

Page Munch is a simple API that allows you to turn webpages into rich, structured JSON. Easily extract photos, videos, event, author and other metadata from any page on the internet in milliseconds.


Diffbot - -

diffbot Free

Diffbot extracts data from web pages automatically and returns structured JSON. For example, our Article API returns an article's title, author, date and full-text. Use the web as your database! We use computer vision, machine learning and natural language processing to add structure to just about any web page.

Stremor Search Results

Stremor Search Results - -

stremor Paid Usage

Plexi Search Results API from Stremor, provides more than just great search results. Unlike other search API's this API returns summaries of pages, author's social media links, information about the outlinks of a page, and keywords from the URL. This is the richest search API available, and enables you to build your own search engine quickly and affordably.

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