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Palawa Kani Language Tasmania

Indigenous Language Series 8: Palawa Kani, Tasmania

Indigenous languages are important for social, economic and political development, peaceful coexistence and particularly for reconciliation in our societies. Yet many of them are in danger of disappearing. It is ...
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2M sponsor of the FECCA conference 2019 in Hobart

As a long-standing supporter of the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia, we are proud to once again sponsor their annual conference. This year’s FECCA conference will take place ...
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Indigenous Language Series 7: Náhuatl, Mexico.

Indigenous languages are important for social, economic and political development, peaceful coexistence and particularly for reconciliation in our societies. Yet many of them are in danger of disappearing. It is ...
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Neural Machine Translation: Stock VS Custom engines

With the disruption of Neural Machine Translation (NMT) in recent years and its application to numerous fields and situations, our idea of Machine Translation (MT) has changed from a practical system that ...
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Indigenous Language Series 6: Australian Kriol Languages

Indigenous languages are important for social, economic and political development, peaceful coexistence and particularly for reconciliation in our societies. Yet many of them are in danger of disappearing. It is ...
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Indigenous Language Series 5: Sami languages of Northern Europe

Indigenous languages are important for social, economic and political development, peaceful coexistence and particularly for reconciliation in our societies. Yet many of them are in danger of disappearing. It is ...
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Tea speaking Defence Industry event

2M sponsor of the 2019 Richard Joel Award for the Defence Industry

The Australian Export Awards (AEA) is a national program that recognises Australian businesses for their export achievements and contribution to Australia’s economic prosperity. The Export Awards are first awarded into ...
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Indigenous Language Series 4: Pitjantjatjara, South Australia

Indigenous languages are important for social, economic and political development, peaceful coexistence and particularly for reconciliation in our societies. Yet many of them are in danger of disappearing. It is ...
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