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Elliot Turner: CEO of AlchemyAPI

  • Jan 16, 2013 · 7:00 PM

UPDATE 2:

Just got an email that Elliot WILL be presenting tonight!

UPDATE:

Elliot is sick, so we need to reschedule his talk. We can still hang out to talk, but please change your RSVP so I know how many people are still interested. Look for information on the rescheduled date soon. Thanks, and sorry!

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It's time to start a new year of Graph Goodness! To kick the year off right Elliot Turner, CEO of AlchemyAPI, will be presenting how AlchemyAPI leverages graphs in their text mining platform. If I'm not mistaken, Elliot has written a proprietary graph database, so this isn't one to miss!

I first heard about AlchemyAPI when I read on High Scalability that they are in an elite club of SaaS companies processing over 2.5 billion API calls per month. AlchemyAPI provides the most comprehensive set of natural language processing capabilities of any text mining platform, including: named entity extraction, sentiment analysis, concept tagging, author extraction, relations extraction, web page cleaning, language detection, keyword extraction, quotations extraction, intent mining, and topic categorization.

NOTE: This meeting will be on a Wednesday night rather than the usual Monday night. I've gotten feedback that Monday isn't working well for some people so I'm going to try this. As always I value your input in making our little community awesome!

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