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The digital language research landscape in multilingual Switzerland


  • 2022
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  • The Role of National Language Institutions in the Digital Age: Contributions to the EFNIL Conference 2021 in Cavtat. - Budapest: Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics, 2022. - 2022, p. 111-122
English This national report briefly discusses the current state of digital technology in language research in the Swiss context. Switzerland is known for its institutionalized multilingualism and characterized by a relatively decentralized political and administrative structure. The report presents some recent research projects in the broader field of language technology that reflect this regional and linguistic diversity and lays out current developments in digital research infrastructure that point towards increased inter-institutional cooperation and centralization. I also identify institutional key players such as regional and national research associations and institutes.
Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines
Institut de plurilinguisme
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Language, linguistics
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