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ELRC Workshop 2018 - Ljubljana   

2nd European Language Resource Coordination (ELRC) Workshop, Ljubljana 2018

ELRC was initiated by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) of the European Commission. CEF hence provides basic re-usable digital services that are crucial for the realisation of a connected Europe. Creating connectivity and interoperability in public services across Europe can have a material impact on Europe’s public services, businesses and citizens’ everyday life. Among CEF services, eTranslation helps overcome one of the main challenges that European and national public administrations are facing today: the exchange of information across language barriers. In this context ELRC seeks to identify and gather language resources relevant to national public administrations and services, thus helping eTranslation to better adapt to the needs of national administrations and to enable multilingualism of public digital services.

Within the frame of the ELRC workshop we would like to discuss Slovenia’s position and prospects in a digitally connected multilingual Europe. Moreover, the ELRC workshop seeks to highlight relevant national strategies and actions for eGovernment, multilingualism and open data that can help Slovenia maximize the impact of EC initiatives. In constructive dialogue with dedicated experts from the European Commission, high-level officials from the Slovenian public administration and government, language technologists, and language service providers, we would like to share experiences and needs for a modern multilingual public administration. Last but not least, we hope to jointly identify relevant sources of multilingual language resources that helps adapting CEF eTranslation to the needs of our national public services and addresses any technical and legal issues with regards to the use of data for automated translation.

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Welcome and introduction

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Session 1: Connecting a multilingual Europe: European conetct and local needs

Session 2: Engage: hands-on data

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