Asia before English

@inproceedings{Coupe2020AsiaBE,
  title={Asia before English},
  author={Alexander Robertson Coupe and Franti{\vs}ek Kratochvil},
  year={2020}
}

One Country, 700+ Languages: NLP Challenges for Underrepresented Languages and Dialects in Indonesia

An overview of the current state of NLP research for Indonesia's 700+ languages is provided and general recommendations are provided to help develop NLP technology not only for languages of Indonesia but also other underrepresented languages.

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