Building Collaboration-based Resources in Endowed African Languages: Case of NTeALan Dictionaries Platform

LREC 2020 Elvis Mboning TchiazeJean Marc BassahakDaniel BalebaWOrnella jiJules Assoumou

In a context where open-source NLP resources and tools in African languages are scarce and dispersed, it is difficult for researchers to truly fit African languages into current algorithms of artificial intelligence. Created in 2017, with the aim of building communities of voluntary contributors around African native and/or national languages, cultures, NLP technologies and artificial intelligence, the NTeALan association has set up a series of web collaborative platforms intended to allow the aforementioned communities to create and administer their own lexicographic resources... (read more)

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