Google introduced the new and interesting project Endangered Language (endangered languages) that, as the name suggests, has as an ultimate goal to preserve all the languages spoken in the most remote parts of plants for different reasons are at risk of disappearing .
The project, in particular, has been dedicated a special portal through which the great colossus of network research plan to collect material relating to over 3 000 languages threatened with extinction (or about half the languages spoken in the world) so involved as to safeguard cultural diversity and traditions of all regions.
From the portal you can browse an interactive map showing all of the endangered languages of the world including some relating to Italy, especially in the north-east.
From the portal dedicated to the project you can see a whole series of special video that records some people who express themselves in each of the various languages in danger.
All, however, can help enrich the portal with new content and, therefore, the protection of languages, by sending a text, running an audio recording, etc..
The project, it should be noted, came to life with the support of the Alliance for Linguistic Diversity, the association that is engaged in precisely this area, while Google has provided the expertise to develop the platform with the intention of entrusting their future management to a team of professionals in this field, as made known by them represents a big G into the post on the official blog.