What is Wit?
Wit enables developers to add a modern natural language interface to their app or device with minimal effort. Precisely, Wit turns sentences into structured information that the app can use. Developers don’t need to worry about Natural Language Processing algorithms, configuration data, performance and tuning. Wit encapsulates all this and lets you focus on the core features of your apps and devices.
Wit is a tool in the NLP / Sentiment Analysis category of a tech stack.
Who uses Wit?
4 companies reportedly use Wit in their tech stacks, including Nina, Wbot, and Prattle.
5 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Wit.
- Voice-enabled Android and iOS apps
- Rasberry Pi based home automation commanded by speech
- Google Glass apps accepting voice commands
- Robots and drones dialog interfaces (ROS)
- SMS-based information or remote control services
- IM-based information or remote control services
- "Quick add" features a la Google Calendar (replacing a form with free text input)
- Natural Language querying a la Facebook Graph Search (turning a sentence into a database query)
- Personal Assistants a la Apple’s Siri
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