Interoperability Now! A pragmatic approach to interoperability in language technology
published: April 22, 2011, recorded: April 2011, views: 244
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Existing language technology standards give the false impression of interoperability between tool. There's a gap to bridge that is mostly about mindsets, technology and mutual consent on the interpretation of standards. A couple of players agreed to search for this mutual consent based on existing standards to bridge this gap. The talk will give some background on the issues with the use of existing standards and how Interoperability Now! is approaching this.
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