Iñupiatun Coding Project
Language Revitalization and Historic Data "Rescue"
The Iñupiatun Coding Project aims to assist tribal language revitalization efforts and historic data rescue using Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning techniques.
This project is led by Aqqaluk Trust, a Inuit-led and Inuit-serving cultural program focused on language, culture, and education.
The co-produced project is a collaboration between Aqqaluk Trust, Virginia Tech, and Penn State.
Corina Qaaġraq Kramer, Director of Operations, Aqqaluk Trust, Kotzebue, Alaska
Cana Uluak Itchuaqiyaq, Assistant Professor, Professional and Technical Writing, Virginia Tech
Katie Carmichael, Associate Professor, Socio-linguistics, Virginia Tech
Lifu Huang, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Virginia Tech
Wenpeng Yin, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Penn State
Watch this video created by Aqqaluk Trust to help inform tribal members about Iñupiatun Coding Project.