As the author of pysotsog I am recommending that library. It searches wikidata at this time and will use other bibliographic databases such as crossref, dblp, library catalogs and so on in the future it's intended to use general search engines as well. The concept is to be a specific search engine for scientific content see sotsog search strategy.
Here is a command line example for the title "We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet" by Tim Berners-Lee with the DOI doi=10.1111/NPQU.11475.
sotsog We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet
We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet(Q55693402):✅
Paper ➞ We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet:
opening https://scholia.toolforge.org/work/Q55693402 in browser
There is also a demo available at http://sotsog.bitplan.com
which points to the scholia page of the relevant article.
In simple cases like the one above you can directly search wikidata and use the wikibase-cli command line tools for it by searching for the DOI property.
First step - find the paper wikidata entry with a full text search
wd search We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet
Q55693402 We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet
Query the DOI
wd query -s Q55693402 -p P356