The Linked Data for Language Technology community is organising a roadmapping workshop on 21st March in Athens, to build a better understanding of the potential synergies and co-evolution paths for language technologies, such as machine translation, information extraction and sentiment analysis, and linked data.
The MultilingualWeb-LT Working Group has been closed, since it successfully completed the work in its charter. We thank the co-chairs, the editors, implementers and the Working Group for achieving the goal to publish Internationalization Tag Set (ITS) 2.0 as a … Continue reading
The second plenary meeting will be held in Madrid in May, 5th and 6th, 2014. Meeting location will be announced soon.
Register early to ensure you get a place. Anyone may attend all sessions at no charge and the W3C welcomes participation by both speakers and non-speaking attendees. Since 2010 the W3C’s Multilingual Web Workshop series has become the preeminent venue … Continue reading
Several participants of the ITS Interest Group have created a video to promote ITS 2.0. The video explains usage scenarios for ITS 2.0 and also explains benefits in easy terms for a non-technical audience. It will be the main video … Continue reading
Organisations world-wide are struggling to better use the WWW to engage in meaningful online conversations with customers and citizens. To do this in a scalable and cost effective way, many are turning to automated language technologies. These can assist in: discovering/extracting information; understanding opinions/trends; processing and managing multilingual/multimedia content and data; and monitoring/forcasting topics of interest.
An updated version of What you need to know about the bidi algorithm and inline markup is out for wide review. We are looking for comments over the next two weeks. After the review period is over, this content will … Continue reading
Linked Data (LD) has proven beneficial in many new and unforeseen ways for Language Technology (LT) and the newly gained interoperability and availability of LT data and services is currently receiving industry adoption. With the foundation of the LD4LT W3C … Continue reading