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Microsoft’s Role in Language Preservation
by Nataly Kelly
March 15, 2011
March 15, 2011

 
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When it comes to saving endangered languages, can technology really help? Yes, and quite a lot, as it turns out. To learn more, we sat down with Lauren Woodman, Microsoft general manager, Worldwide Education and Government Programs, and Carla Hurd, who oversees Microsoft’s Local Language Program, which supports 96 languages spoken by more than one billion people around the world.


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