Welcome to the UNLWEB

Call for Interns in the Project FRIDA-B1

The UNDL Foundation searches 8 interns to work in the second edition of the project FRIDA (FRIDA-B1) in the period of August to October 2014. Candidates must be native speakers of French, Romansh, Italian or German. This is a part-time paid internship, which may be pursued from distance (online) or at the UNDL Foundation office in Geneva.

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XV UNL School (Geneva, July 21-25, 2014)

The UNDL Foundation invites applications for the XV UNL School, to take place at the UNDL Foundation office, in Geneva, Switzerland, from July 21st to 25th, 2014. The workshop is dedicated to the development of natural language grammars for information retrieval. The UNDL Foundation will pay the travel and accommodation expenses for the selected candidates not living in Geneva.
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Call for Participation in the UNL Programme

The UNDL Foundation searches language specialists to provide dictionary entries and grammar rules for the UNL program in their native language. Tasks are distributed upon availability and are carried out in a distance-working environment through a specific web interface. Entries are paid through PayPal according to the expertise. Candidates are not required to have any previous experience in natural language processing but are expected to have some acquaintance with Linguistics and a good knowledge of English. Undergraduate and graduate students of Linguistics, Language Studies and Translation Studies from all over the world are especially welcome.
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UNL

The Universal Networking Language (UNL) is an artificial language for representing, describing, summarizing, refining, storing and disseminating information in a natural-language-independent format. It is a kind of mark-up language which represents not the formatting but the core information of a text. As HTML annotations can be realized differently in the context of different applications, machines, displays, etc., so UNL expressions can have different realizations in different human languages.

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How to participate

The UNLweb is a community of people and organizations who share a common interest or passion for the Universal Networking Language (UNL). It is open and free. See here how to participate.

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Getting started

The following instructions provide a guide for newcomers to the UNLweb. They answer the most frequently asked questions concerning how to start and  what to do and indicate the basic steps for creating entries in the UNLarium and gaining UNLdots.
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Road Map

The UNLweb is a long and often winding road to UNL-based applications. The itinerary may be bedazzling and dizzy, but the travel is always enlightening. And the destination is definitely worthwhile. A tentative map is presented here.
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