Bridging language barriers – how inclusion ensures that urgent climate discussions, information, and action reach those who need them most
Our mission in “MT Rwanda” was nothing short of groundbreaking: to boost open-source machine translation (MT) for impact in Kinyarwanda. This Rwandan language is spoken by millions and is central to the culture and identity of the nation.
Children are put in difficult positions, asked to do things that no child should ever be requested to do, and they can suffer as a result.
Language inclusion is critical to the Rohingya response in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh where 900,000 people are looking for safety.
Language offers inclusion and solutions for refugees CLEAR Global’s mission: helping people get vital information and make their voices heard With a record 110 […]
Hello, Porcupine! Using AI to support farmers to adapt to climate change About 8 years ago, I was sitting in a village in South […]
How embracing language technology can help us achieve a more equitable future Language equity is urgently needed in the drive for women’s equality – […]
Worldwide, people turn to chatbots for fast customer support. At CLEAR Global, we are using chatbots to increase our social impact. Our chatbots help people get vital information and be heard, whatever language they speak.
In the context of a crisis, aid agencies and governments need to understand the importance of language and communicate across borders to ensure proper refugee and local people protection and safety. Everyone directly affected needs information that will help them better adapt to the changing context.
Learn how TWB grew into CLEAR Global and why language and technology are key to creating a more linguistically inclusive (digital) world.