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.
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.
The summarization API takes content of any length (up to 1megabyte) in plain text or HTML, and returns a summary roughly 350 characters in length. Summaries are in plain text even if the original content was part of a complex HTML page. 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, but three paragraphs or more is recommended. The request takes a single query parameter, “content” , which is the text you wish to summarize. The response will be the summary, unless the content didn’t meet the minimum length requirement in which case the response will be “Content was too short.” Even if content is too short the request will be served a 200 response.
The RSS Summary API uses the same summarization technology as found in the other Stremor API's but allows for batch processing of an entire RSS feed (up to 30 items). Each item will be fetched from the URL in the feed, summarized and returned as an RSS 2.0 feed.
Extract Noun Phrases, Named Entities, and Parts of Speech from Text. Advantages Over Competitors: Faster! We are blazing fast compared to anything else out there. All of "The Adventures of Huck Finn" takes about 5 seconds to process. Typically 10x faster than NLTK and 20x faster than CoreNLP More concurrency! Unlike AlchemyAPI you aren't limited to 5 concurrent processes. We can handle 1000s. Indexed Results! Because the response has the position information, and all of the words tagged in each detected part of speech it is easier to find the phrases you are looking for in long documents. Noun Phrases are series of nouns that act together, "Department of Justice" for example. In this example "of" is part of the noun phrase even though it is not itself a noun.
Extract the html for the main content of any page on the internet. This API strips away headers, footers, navigation, comments, and other unwanted debris, providing only the core content. This API Works much like Readability.Js, but from the server side, and has been optimized to work on more sites, and to handle multiple content blocks found in magazine layouts like TheVerge.com uses.
Research new and used cars including car prices, view incentives and dealer inventory listings, compare vehicles, get car buying advice and reviews at Edmunds.com
Convert any image on the web to the size of your choosing. Automatically fixes aspect ratio issues by using object detection and choosing the best crop of the image. Great for News Sites looking to standardize images to a given size. Forums and Social Media sites use this for cropping profile pictures to the right aspect ratio automatically. Works with JPG, PNG, and GIF. Output will always be PNG.
Stremor Corp is an industry leading provider focused of API's for language processing based on the Plexi Voice Platform and Plexi NLP. Stremor is focused on building tools which enable smarter consumption of data and richer interactions with technology via intuitive voice interfaces. Stremor enables software to interact with text, unstructured data, and voice input in ways never before possible.