What are Language Resources?
The term language resources refers to sets of language data and descriptions in machine readable form, including written and spoken corpora, grammars, and terminology databases. Language resources can be used to build, improve, or evaluate natural language systems such as machine translation engines.
To develop the automated translation systems for the CEF Automated Translation platform, the ELRC initiative aims to gather language resources in all official languages of EU. The initiative seeks large general-domain corpora, whether monolingual (e.g. official corpora of national languages) or multilingual, as well as domain-specific language resources in the fields of consumer rights, culture, legal domain, social security, health, public procurement, etc.
How to contribute?
Any contributor may submit Language Resources to us at any exploitation stage: simple internet links to websites (Sources), raw data, or fully-packaged data (Language Resources).
|Click below if you can indicate a potential source for relevant data||Click below if you are a language resource owner and are willing to share it for the purposes of CEF.AT|