PanLex joins Long Now Foundation

The Long Now Foundation has become the sponsor of the PanLex project, which is creating the world’s most multilingual collection of translations among words.

Today’s announcement by The Long Now Foundation, headquartered in San Francisco, makes public the transfer of sponsorship of the PanLex project from Utilika Foundation to Long Now. There, PanLex will be working in partnership with The Rosetta Project, which curates a massive collection of documentation on the languages of the world. PanLex is creating a database that aims to document every known translation of every word in every language in the world. There are about half a billion translations in it so far.

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