|Language Grid Bangkok Operation Center|
||The National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) of Thailand is operating the Language Grid, which can be used for non-profit and research purposes.
|Language Grid Association|
||The Language Grid Association is a flexible collaboration among industry,
government, academia and citizens. Its goal is to advance the technology and
application of the Language Grid, and the organization consists of various
research groups and projects that share this goal.
|NICT Language Grid Project|
||Several research groups including NICT, universities,
and NTT are developing a language infrastructure on the Internet called the Language
Grid. This project is based on collaboration between industry, government, universities,
|Language Grid Playground|
||The Language Grid Playground provides easy access to the Language Grid, and
allows anyone to try out various language resources and language services
using a web browser. The Language Grid Playground also showcases research
results and technological development related to the Language Grid. Examples
of real-world challenges, such as creation of new language services using
language resource composition, or application of the Language Grid
technologies to real-world sites with language needs, are also introduced
through this website. The source codes of the Language Grid Playground are
open to the public.
|Language Grid Toolbox|
||The Language Grid Toolbox is an open-source software system developed by the
National Institute of Information and Communication Technology. The software
supports multilingual communication using the Language Grid. The Toolbox
provides a variety of functions including Text Translation, Multilingual Web
Creation, and Language Resource Creation (Multilingual Dictionary, Parallel
Texts, Q&As, and Glossaries). Combining machine translators and the created
dictionaries improves the translation quality. To meet various needs of
multilingual communities, the Toolbox allows addition of new functions and
is designed to allow development of new functions by combining existing
functions, as this lowers the development cost.
|Services Computing School|
||Services Computing School is a pilot Website to use the Language Grid as a service-oriented collective intelligence platform, which provides exercises for a course on services computing at an undergraduate/graduate school. Currently, students can learn "Basic of Web Services" and "Web Service Composition".
|Open Source Project|
||Open Source Project provides information of Service Grid and related software and manages the development of the software. The Language Service Ontology is also shown in this site.
|Wikipedia Translation Project|
||Wikipedia Translation Project aims at translating Wikipedia articles into various languages through multilingual discussion.
|Kyodai HONYAKU! Project|
||Kyodai HONYAKU! is a specialized translation tool for Kyoto University. In April 2011, the "Disaster News Translation" project began in Kyodai HONYAKU!.