infrastructure for language resources, technologies and services
According to the E-Government Survey 2016 report, published by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) and the Division for Public Administration and Development Management (DPADM), open data can help to improve accountability and transparency. In addition to the...more
There will be 4 workshops over the next two years as part of the CLARIN-PLUS project (which is a project of the european infrastracture CLARIN), which will focus on using CLARIN in research, on the following topics (check the CLARIN portal on this):Exploring the past in oral... more
All academic disciplines (either those with language as the object of study in itself, or as the means of communication or encoding) are potential users of clarin:el.
First of all, Humanities and Social Sciences, whose methods make extensive use of language: History, Literary...
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Parallel Global Voices is a set of parallel and monolingual corpora generated from the Global Voices multilingual group of websites (https://globalvoices.org/), where volunteers publish and translate news stories in more than 40 languages. The original content from the Global Voices websites is available by the authors and publishers under a Creative Commons Attribution license. The content was crawled in July-August 2015 by researchers at the NLP group of the Institute for Language and Speech Processing.
- language resources
- web services
- lexical resources
- open access
- language processing
- digital resources