Google aims at preserving endangered languages
| by Naina Khedekar |
Google has introduced the Endangered Languages Project website to find and share the most up-to-date and comprehensive information about endangered languages, reveals the most recent Google blog post. The website allows people to share their knowledge about languages and research directly through the site. A diverse group of collaborators have already begun to contribute content that ranges from 18th century manuscripts to modern teaching tools, like video and audio language samples and knowledge-sharing articles. The website encourages people to upload video, audio or text files and also memorialize recordings of rare dialects. It is believed to be a step taken to preserve languages that are on the verge of extinction and our cultural diversity, honour the language of our elders and also empower the youth.
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