Topics API, taxonomy keywords and the importance of keyword product and service hostnames (domain names)
How topics API, taxonomy keywords, and topic hostnames (domain names) will play a critical role in Google's effort to categorize web content using machine learning explained in simple terms.
Topics API: The Topics API is an application programming interface (API) provided by Google. It allows developers to access Google's topic classification system programmatically. This API enables developers to send text documents or URLs to Google's servers and receive information about the specific product or service topics and/or categories that best represent the content of those results.
By leveraging the Topics API, developers can automate the process of content categorization and make it easier to organize and analyze large amounts of textual data. This can be particularly useful in content moderation, and online data analysis.
Taxonomy Hostname: The taxonomy hostname is a term used to refer to a website registrable domain name or URL where the content taxonomy is hosted or accessed. In the context of Google's Topics API, in other words, taxonomy is a technique used to make classification.
Google maintains a vast taxonomy of topics or categories that they have developed using machine learning techniques. The full list of Google’s taxonomy keywords, categories, topics, and sub-topic categories have yet to be revealed.
By utilizing the Topics API and the underlying taxonomy, developers can gain insights into the content of web pages, documents, or other text data and organize or analyze it based on the identified topics or categories.