Zemanta Launches Public Semantic API
December 9, 2008
Zemanta API analyses unstructured documents/texts and returns five types of content objects:
- machine readable static tags
- general categories and custom taxonomies
- named entities with links to objects from major online knowledge databases: Wikipedia, Amazon, IMDB, RottenTomatoes, CrunchBase,… and to selected pool of online media and blogs
- pictures from Flickr, CC sources and professional agencies
- articles from selected media sources and blogs
This is the first API that returns disambiguated entities linked to DBPedia, Freebase, MusicBrainz, and Semantic Crunchbase. The data can be returned in the standard format of Semantic web – RDF.
There is the extensive developers documentation available, including architecture overview, code samples for most popular programming languages, frontside integration SDK, developers forum and application gallery.
API is free to use for up to 10.000 API calls per month, and for a subscription fee above that.
Zemanta API adds great value to Faviki, by analyzing the text from web pages that are saved by users and suggesting related DBpedia concepts. This makes Faviki users’ lives much easier, because now they can add semantic tags with a just one click.
Zemanta API is a powerful technology that has lots of potential. We can’t recommend it highly enough. Keep up the good work Zemanta 🙂
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