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Google Introduces Its New Cloud Natural Language API

Google has now come up with a beta version of its latest Cloud Natural Language API. Recently, Google has made the announcement of this new API and its features giving access to developers to the Google-powered sentiment analysis, entity recognition, and syntax analysis. Source: Google Cloud Platform This Google Cloud Natural Language API is currently supporting texts in English, Spanish, and Japanese. The API is going to join hands with some of the other APIs such as Cloud Speech API, the Vision API, and the Translate API. Services like sentiment analysis and entity recognition are not new to this world. Thomson Reuters OpenCalais is providing these services for almost ten years. Entity Recognition is nothing but the ability to automatically identify and label the people, organizations, location, and events mentioned in the text. Google is coming with an interesting feature of syntax analysis API that can identify parts of speech and create dependency parse trees are not widely available yet. Syntax analysis API will surely attract developers and it will be interesting to their take on it. Chat bots will also get help from this API as it will help them understand the incoming requests in a better way. The Cloud Natural Language API is priced using units of measurement known as text records. Prices for usage of the Cloud Natural Language API are computed monthly based on which feature of the API is used, and how many text records are evaluated using those features. These prices are noted in the table below. Source: Google Cloud Platform
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Google Introduces Its New Cloud Natural Language API

Paula Hernandez
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21st Jul, 2016
Google Introduces Its New Cloud Natural Language API

Google has now come up with a beta version of its latest Cloud Natural Language API. Recently, Google has made the announcement of this new API and its features giving access to developers to the Google-powered sentiment analysis, entity recognition, and syntax analysis.

Google Cloud Platform

Source: Google Cloud Platform

This Google Cloud Natural Language API is currently supporting texts in English, Spanish, and Japanese. The API is going to join hands with some of the other APIs such as Cloud Speech API, the Vision API, and the Translate API.

Services like sentiment analysis and entity recognition are not new to this world. Thomson Reuters OpenCalais is providing these services for almost ten years.

Entity Recognition is nothing but the ability to automatically identify and label the people, organizations, location, and events mentioned in the text.

Google is coming with an interesting feature of syntax analysis API that can identify parts of speech and create dependency parse trees are not widely available yet. Syntax analysis API will surely attract developers and it will be interesting to their take on it. Chat bots will also get help from this API as it will help them understand the incoming requests in a better way.

The Cloud Natural Language API is priced using units of measurement known as text records. Prices for usage of the Cloud Natural Language API are computed monthly based on which feature of the API is used, and how many text records are evaluated using those features. These prices are noted in the table below.

Monthly prices

Source: Google Cloud Platform

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Paula spent six years lecturing about Java before settling as a full-time independent Android developer. She also has strong interest in writing about Android and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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