Open Data Vocabularies for Assigning Usage Rights to Data Resources from Translation Projects

author: David Lewis, Trinity College Dublin
published: July 28, 2016,   recorded: May 2016,   views: 1147
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An assessment of the intellectual property requirements for data used in machine-aided translation is provided based on a recent EC-funded legal review. This is compared against the capabilities offered by current linked open data standards from the W3C for publishing and sharing translation memories from translation projects, and proposals for adequately addressing the intellectual property needs of stakeholders in translation projects using open data vocabularies are suggested.

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