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India to the rescue: Wikipedia turns to multi-lingual techies for help

Monday, August 8, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Julie Hill

India might seem like the Tower of Babel with its many diverse tongues but modern-day skills of young techies here are helping solve linguistic problems in computing from across the globe.

Three out of six tech specialists of the powerful global Wikipedia site -- the sixth-largest website in the world and widely used by most computer users -- are from India. Two are from Europe and one from Israel.

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