The project will increase competence of professionals and activists in contemporary language technology, and will promote studying and using opportunities for the Karelian language, including on the Internet.
With this event we celebrate IY2019 at the University of Limerick with a special focus on the Irish language and small languages in general in a digital world.D’fhógair na Náisiúin Aontaithe go dtabharfaí Bliain na dTeangacha Dúchais (BI2019) ar 2019 chun aird a tharraing orthu, ní hamháin chun leasa na ndaoine a labhraíonn na teangacha sin, ach freisin chun go dtuigfidh daoine eile a mhéad a chuireann siad le héagsúlacht shaibhir chultúrtha ár linne.Leis an ócáid seo déanaimid ceiliúradh ar BI2019 in Ollscoil Luimnigh le béim ar leith ar an nGaeilge agus ar mhionteangacha i gcoitinne i ré dhigiteach.
To celebrate identity and diversity, the University of Cartagena’s Professional in Foreign Languages undergraduate program hosts a one-day workshop which aims to create awareness and foster a common understanding between students, education professionals, and civil society organizations, in relation to the importance of preserving indigenous languages in an indigenous-descendant country such as Colombia.
This workshop introduces Persephone (/pərˈsɛfəni/), an automatic phoneme transcription tool. As opposed to traditional speech recognition tools Persephone is designed for situations where training data is limited, perhaps as little as an hour of transcribed speech. Such limitations on data are common in the documentation of low-resource languages. It is possible to use such small amounts of data to train a transcription model that can help aid transcription, yet such technology has not been widely adopted.