Google Is on a Quest to Save Endangered Languages
By Latina Staff | 07/18/2012 - 19:00 |
Did you know about Kulina, the language spoken by just 30 people in the Brazilian Amazon? How about Kiliwa, which is only spoken by 8 indians in Mexico’s Baja California desert? With a new platform launched at the end of June, Google now makes it easier to identify the world’s most endangered languages and share information about them.
Read more about Google's endangered languages platform on Univision News.
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