Apertium Project: First Google Summer of Code

Apertium Project works on open-source machine translation and language technology, with a focus on lesser-resourced and marginalized languages, but also work with larger languages. To date, translators for 21 language pairs are released, covering languages spoken by 1.1 billion people, ranging from English (est. 500m speakers) to Aranese (est. 4,000 speakers). Apertium software and data […]

Apertium Project works on open-source machine translation and language technology, with a focus on lesser-resourced and marginalized languages, but also work with larger languages. To date, translators for 21 language pairs are released, covering languages spoken by 1.1 billion people, ranging from English (est. 500m speakers) to Aranese (est. 4,000 speakers). Apertium software and data for all language pairs is licensed under GPL, — means that can be re-used by other language projects (e.g. in developing spelling or grammar checkers, thesauri, etc). Here’s a quick list of completed translator projects for: • Norwegian Bokm