What is Tisane API?
It analyzes text in multiple languages and detects abusive content (hate speech, cyberbullying, sexual advances), reveals reasoning behind sentiment, and provides extensive grammar tagging and parse tree output in 27 languages.
Tisane API is a tool in the Realtime Backend / API category of a tech stack.
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Tisane API's Features
- Topic modelling
- Entity extraction
- Detection of hate speech
- Detection of cyberbullying
- Detection of sexual harassment
- Detection of criminal activity
- Aspect-based (granular) sentiment analysis for brands
- Sense disambiguation
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