The European Language Resources Association (ELRA) is a not-for-profit organisation established under the law of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Its seat is in Luxembourg and its headquarters is in Paris, France. Since its founding in 1995, the European Language Resources Association has been a conduit for the distribution of speech, written, and terminology language resources (LRs) for human language technology (HLT), a key component of information society technologies (IST) In order to do so, a number of technical and logistic, commercial (prices, fees, royalties), legal (licensing, intellectual property rights, management), and information dissemination issues had to be addressed. More information...

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