The CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content has welcomed today’s announcement by Minsters Bruton and English that the Government and industry are to invest over €50 million in an ambitious new research programme that will see CNGL and partners evolve to form ‘ADAPT’. The ADAPT Centre will be dedicated to delivering digital content research innovations to enable unprecedented digital engagement between customers, companies and communities.
XLIFF2.0 XML Localisation Interchange File Format will enable companies to optimise localisation processes and reduce internationalisation costs Researchers and industry partners at Ireland’s CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content have played a central role in the establishment of the newly ratified XLIFF2.0 localisation interchange standard. XLIFF enables interoperability between commercial and open source localisation tools,
More than 370 members of the public engaged enthusiastically with CNGL digital content innovations at the Discover Research Dublin festival at Trinity College Dublin on 26th September 2014. The second annual Discover Research Dublin event, held in association with EU Researchers’ Night, gave the public access to over 50 fun, interactive and free events and
Wripl drives customer engagement by creating a personalised digital user experience available anywhere. The explosion of content has meant that Internet users are now constantly bombarded with content, much of which they consider to be neither relevant nor of interest to them. Companies need an automated personalisation solution that can identify user preferences and display