Réseau international des observatoires francophones de l'inforoute et du traitement informatique des langues (RIOFIL)
1992, as Réseau international des observatoires francophones des industries de la langue. A programme of H-XC3983 - Agence intergouvernementale de La Francophonie. Merged with U-XF1129 - Réseau international de néologie et de terminologie (RINT), to form H-XF5865 - Réseau international francophone d'aménagement linguistique (RIFAL), Jul 1999.
Develop and publicize computerized language tools for assisting in processing and utilization of information in French and other languages and for sorting, indexing, managing and searching French-language data via natural language; identify existing tools in such areas as office automation, computer-assisted translation, computer-assisted language teaching and speech processing; make knowledge and use of such tools available to all so as to allow user-friendly access to the internet; improve the productivity of internet users through rapid availability of strategic information; improve the quality of service offered by businesses on the web to their clients; create awareness among decision-makers about the strategic impact for continued development in these areas.
General Secretariat and coordination via Canadian member 'observatory'.
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