Developing machine translation to help Indigenous refugees navigate immigration courts

Episode 201 September 06, 2022 00:03:45
Developing machine translation to help Indigenous refugees navigate immigration courts
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Developing machine translation to help Indigenous refugees navigate immigration courts

Sep 06 2022 | 00:03:45

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Hosted By

Eddie Arrieta

Show Notes

To help ease the linguistic challenges for refugees from Central America and Mexico seeking asylum in the United States, a team of researchers at the University of Southern California is working on a project to develop machine translation for speakers of K’iche’, an Indigenous languages that’s in high demand within the US immigration courts.

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