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Language Technology Panel talk of Hans-Ulrich von Freyberg, at the European Data Forum 2013, 10 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: Language Infrastructures

Language Technology Panel talk of Hans-Ulrich von Freyberg, at the European Data Forum 2013, 10 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: Language Infrastructures

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    EDF2013: Language Technology Panel, Hans-Ulrich von Freyberg: Language Infrastructures EDF2013: Language Technology Panel, Hans-Ulrich von Freyberg: Language Infrastructures Presentation Transcript

    • MultilingualWeb receives funding by the European Commission (project name MultilingualWeb-LT (LT-Web)) through theSeventh Framework Programme (FP7) in the area of Language Technologies. Grant Agreement No. 287815.Language InfrastructuresHans-Ulrich von FreybergCocomore AG1Building Bridges to Foster the Adoption of theMultilingual Web
    • CMS2DAMPIMCSDBApplicationsData providersBridges between What?Extract… Check RetrieveEnrichSummarize AnalyseTranslateLT
    • MultilingualWeb receives funding by the European Commission (project name MultilingualWeb-LT (LT-Web)) through theSeventh Framework Programme (FP7) in the area of Language Technologies. Grant Agreement No. 287815. 3What Kind of Bridges?Open standardsStandardized interfaces
    • MultilingualWeb receives funding by the European Commission (project name MultilingualWeb-LT (LT-Web)) through theSeventh Framework Programme (FP7) in the area of Language Technologies. Grant Agreement No. 287815.MultilingualWeb: Starting to Build BridgesMultilingualWeb has defined a localization metadatastandard. It also provides reference implementations thatshow the standard in action.MultilingualWeb brings key players together: contentproducers, localization industry, data world andlanguage technology research & providers.MultilingualWeb has reached out to the Webcommunity at large, with W3C as the home ofstandardization efforts.4
    • MultilingualWeb receives funding by the European Commission (project name MultilingualWeb-LT (LT-Web)) through theSeventh Framework Programme (FP7) in the area of Language Technologies. Grant Agreement No. 287815.Economic Benefits of LTInfrastructures5