Omniscien Releases Next-Generation REST API and Language Scripting Toolkit

SINGAPORE – July 18, 2017 – Omniscien Technologies (formerly Asia Online) today announces the release of its next-generation REST Application Programming Interface (API) and Language Scripting Toolkit for Language Studio™ Cloud. The new toolkit provides easy to use access to integrated complex language processing and machine translation with capabilities that significantly extend the utility of the platform and make complex language processing accessible to a wide range of customers.

Omniscien Technologies recently launched the latest version of Language Studio™ that combines both Statistical Machine Translation (SMT) and hybrid Neural Machine Translation (NMT) technology based on machine learning in a single platform for all 550 Language Pairs currently supported. Today, Language Studio™ is further enhanced by the addition of a new REST API and the release of a Language Studio™ Scripting Toolkit that significantly extends the range of applications supported. The REST API and the Scripting Toolkit enable distributed processing and provide language processing capabilities such as language ID, entity extraction, sentiment analysis, tokenization and a range of other capabilities via an API. In addition, the toolkit allows access to machine translation functions including engine trainings through the API, enabling customers to build complex data manipulation and processing workflows easily by calling key functions from the platform.

“Many of our customers process increasing volumes of data for a wide range of applications, including e-commerce, big data analytics and machine learning. To date many of these applications have demanded complex data manipulation at significant volumes. This required users to possess significant Natural Language Processing (NLP) skills. Now, by offering a single Scripting Toolkit with distributed processing and a set of easy-to-use modules, Omniscien Technologies has enabled complex allocated language processing applications for a much broader range of customers and this really helps to level the playing field”, says Andrew Rufener, CEO of Omniscien Technologies.

Dion Wiggins, CTO of Omniscien Technologies adds: “Our Language Studio™ Scripting Toolkit makes the full power of our years-long experience in data manipulation easily accessible to our customers. By providing a simple Scripting Toolkit, we make complex processing very easy and the distributed nature of the toolkit enables customers to run simple functions locally while deploying Language Studio™ for complex manipulation.”

The REST API and the toolkit are available today in Language Studio™ Cloud and will be available as an update to customers running Language Studio™ Enterprise.

About Omniscien Technologies

Omniscien Technologies is a leading global supplier of high-performance and secure high-quality Language Processing, Machine Translation (MT) and Machine Learning technologies and services for content intensive applications. Our wide range of solutions serves clientele from various industries including the Localization Industry, Online Research Services, Publishing, eCommerce, Media, Online Travel, Technology, Enterprise and Government.

Omniscien Technologies has gained a reputation for cutting edge solutions with its Language Studio™ platform. Depending upon the customer’s unique requirements, Language Studio™ can be deployed in a variety of ways to integrate with their in-house data processing and translation management systems, and it offers unparalleled levels of customization and control as well as feature rich pre- and post-processing, enabling customers with even the most complex data to achieve both high quality and high volume output to satisfy every use case. Omniscien Technologies has by far the most comprehensive and feature rich system in the market today.

Covering 550 language pairs and with a number of industry specific solutions, Omniscien Technologies remains the partner of choice for customers with complex, high-volume bespoke data processing and machine translation needs.