Talk: Languages on the Internet at Google [en]

[fr] Demain, je donne une conférence à Google sur le thème du traitement des langues sur internet.

Tomorrow 2pm I’ll be giving a talk at Google (thanks for the invitation, [Kevin]( about languages on the internet. It will be an updated version of the [“While We Wait For The Babel Fish” talk I gave at reboot]( a month or so ago. For details, click on the poster Kevin made:

Talking at Google: Languages on the Internet

**Update 11.07.2007:** here is the slideshow!

**Update 12.07.2007:** and here’s the video!

**Update 13.07.2007:** and here are my notes for the talk… click on the photo to decypher!

Waiting for the Babel Fish Notes (Google Talk)

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18 thoughts on “Talk: Languages on the Internet at Google [en]

  1. Cool, let me know if you have time for lunch/coffee 😉 I’ll try to attend the talk this time 😉

  2. Juste un petit voeu en retard, malheureusement, pour ton anniversaire! Toute mon admiration pour ta gestion relationnelle, ton aisance et ton enthousiasme. Bisou. Monique

  3. hello
    Do you have any advice on automated language conversion? i have a site that im advised would do well in other languages but i cant afford to pay for somebody to translate.
    Is there anything out there that may work?

  4. Hy Stephanie
    I just watched the movie of your talk about languages on the internet. It was very interesting for me – especially your suggestions of how to detect the language of the visitor of a site. This because I intend to launch an internet-service, which will have to function multilingual. And maybe your ideas will find the way into that service.
    Besides: For this post I use English instead of French, since my French is even worse than my English, although I’m Swiss (german part)… Thanks for your work! Patrick

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  6. I’m just watching the Google video. You might find interesting, both because it is an useful website, and because they’re in a process of internationalization. The same contents (user community, their books, data about books) is availble in all languages, only the user interface changes.

  7. Thanks for the useful information. Ended up here from Google’s blog after I saw your comment. I’ve just been put in-charged of optimizing 14 country websites of a big multinational and the problem is they use folders for the different languages, instead of subdomains.

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