In response to the humanitarian crisis in Haiti, scientists have publicly released spoken and textual data they've compiled on Haitian Creole so that translation tools desperately needed by doctors, nurses and other relief workers on the earthquake-ravaged island can be rapidly developed.
- Carnegie Mellon releases data on Haitian Creole to hasten development of translation toolsWed, 27 Jan 2010, 15:08:22 EST
- Pacific Biosciences and Harvard scientists decode genome of Haitian cholera pathogenThu, 9 Dec 2010, 17:34:20 EST
- New tool improves productivity, quality when translating softwareTue, 24 Feb 2009, 7:08:23 EST
- Online release of North American industrial pollution data reveals significant reporting gapsTue, 13 Jul 2010, 17:56:32 EDT
- TGen and DTU researchers track source of Haitian cholera outbreakTue, 23 Aug 2011, 12:36:17 EDT