Language technology for humanitarian action


How collaborating on language technology development could reduce the digital language gap


Up to four billion people globally face digital or language exclusion. Developing language technology for humanitarian and development use represents a significant opportunity to reduce exclusion across the aid sector and beyond. 

This brief proposes a collective approach to language technology development. Click to read more. 

This brief is part of wider research done by CLEAR Global and the GSMA’s Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation programme on the state of inclusion and exclusion for marginalized language speakers in digital humanitarian services. Read the full research report here.