No translation needed. Infegy supports 70% of the global population with in-language analytics. Each language is fully-supported, trained from millions of documents across a broad range of subject matter, so meaning is not lost in translation. There are no limitations, any language in unicode is usable, including emoji.
The latest in machine learning and artificial intelligence for text analysis, providing the broadest and most accurate understanding of language.
Beyond just polarity, understand sentimental intensity, along with expressed emotions, such as joy, anger, or love.
Robust extraction of mentioned entities, as learned from Wikipedia, including information such as a person's age, or company's stock symbols, and relationships to other entities.
Classify documents into one of nearly 300 topical categories over two tiers, derived from the IAB taxonomy.
Provide dictionaries to use for your own interpretation of sentiment, emotions, themes and tagging. Soon, you'll be able to quickly train your own models, simply by providing labeled text.
Built to handle the web's messiest data, we can ingest anything from plain ASCII to complex HTML with broken unicode, no pre-cleaning or preparation required.
Native analysis with full functionality in 28 languages, including English, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese and more. Language detection for 172 languages.
An easy-to-use HTTP API will let you send a single doc as a URL parameter to get you up and running quickly. Streaming APIs will let you scale to millions of documents per second.
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Explore how social intelligence can help agencies and their clients better understand the audiences, topics, and opportunities that matter most. Take a deep dive into some of the world’s biggest brands to learn how they fare relative to their competitors and how their agencies performed for them.