How can you help fight the pandemic?

Hello alive mortals, couple of things. Please go through this.


We need help. The amount of bullshit about corona epidemic floating around on the internet is astounding. We need to counter that. So, we were thinking that we could ask the community for help. To begin with, it would be lovely if some of you could volunteer to translate informative videos on corona so that they can be shared via more popular media of communication (WhatsApp, Twitter and such)

We found few excellent videos on this topic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtN-goy9VOY -- This video by Kurzgesagt already has closed caption in Hindi and Malayalam. Would help if we could add more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LKVUarhtvE -- This video by Vox has no translation at all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSQztKXR6k0 -- This video by Vox has translation in Bangla, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Would need more translation. (Thanks to /u/running_flash for suggesting this video)

As a token of gratitude, we w

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What is Google Crowdsource?

Google Crowdsource, also known as Crowdsource, Crowdsource by Google, Community Collaboration and Contributor by Google, is a crowdsourcing platform developed by Google and aimed at improving many of its services through the training of Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms, with the help of volunteer users. This training, which Google points out as micro-tasks that should take no more than 5-10 seconds to complete, allows the AI to learn new skills and study a large amount of information that enhances its ability to be implemented in the various tools that the company offers (Google Translate, Maps, Fotos, Assistant, among other).

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All Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

The site talkie is one of the biggest names out there for practicing your language skills online with native speakers. Designed for language learners to find native speaking teachers and exchange partners via Skype, the free version of their service includes some great benefits, including access to their learner community. This access allows you to connect with other learners and arrange informal language exchanges via Skype or email.

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Preliminary Analysis of Brussels Bombing

I have begun to notice some inconsistencies in the reporting on the Belgium bombing attacks. I encourage others to post similar inconsistencies and other evidence (like crisis actors, etc.) here as it emerges.

First is this report in USA today about the photographer who took the picture of two wounded women (see link for pic). I'm going to pull out different bits from that article and another one and then discuss all the inconsistencies. In the USA Today article it says:

>Ketevan Kardava [a Georgian photo-journalist] ... was in the departure hall of the Brussels Airport in Belgium ... when the first explosion went off a meter and a half from where she was standing.

A meter and a half is just under 5 feet. Keep that in mind.

The article also quotes her as saying:

> Her first reaction was to take out her camera as glass, debris and smoke swirled in the

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Please translate [subtitle] these Coronovirus-related videos into Tamil

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtN-goy9VOY -- This video by Kurzgesagt already has closed caption in Hindi and Malayalam. Would help if we could add more.

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LKVUarhtvE -- This video by Vox has no translation at all.

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSQztKXR6k0 -- This video by Vox has translation in Bangla, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Would need more translation. (Thanks to /u/running_flash for suggesting this video)

See https://www.reddit.com/r/india/comments/fm0ee2/how_can_you_help_fight_the_pandemic/ for more information.

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All Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

When most of us think about taking a language course, we’re picturing a classroom full of wobbly desks and chalkboard dust, plus a three- or four-digit tuition fee. For those who are looking for all the structure and formality of a traditional course but aren’t sure about stepping back into the classroom or forking over those fees, check out some of these free online language courses, available in nearly as many languages as there are learners.

1. Live Lingua

Heading off the list is Live Lingua, the Internet’s largest collection of free public domain language learning materials, according to the site itself. It’s not hard to believe. There are thousands of free e-books, audio recordings and foreign language video materials available in over 130 different languages.

It’s also one of the most user-friendly websites hosting the US F

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Please translate [subtitle] these Coronovirus-related videos into Tamil

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtN-goy9VOY -- This video by Kurzgesagt already has closed caption in Hindi and Malayalam. Would help if we could add more.

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LKVUarhtvE -- This video by Vox has no translation at all.

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSQztKXR6k0 -- This video by Vox has translation in Bangla, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Would need more translation. (Thanks to /u/running_flash for suggesting this video)

See https://www.reddit.com/r/india/comments/fm0ee2/how_can_you_help_fight_the_pandemic/ for more information.

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All Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

When most of us think about taking a language course, we’re picturing a classroom full of wobbly desks and chalkboard dust, plus a three- or four-digit tuition fee. For those who are looking for all the structure and formality of a traditional course but aren’t sure about stepping back into the classroom or forking over those fees, check out some of these free online language courses, available in nearly as many languages as there are learners.

1. Live Lingua

Heading off the list is Live Lingua, the Internet’s largest collection of free public domain language learning materials, according to the site itself. It’s not hard to believe. There are thousands of free e-books, audio recordings and foreign language video materials available in over 130 different languages.

It’s also one of the most user-friendly websites hosting the US Fo

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All Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

Websites for Finding Free Language Courses

When most of us think about taking a language course, we’re picturing a classroom full of wobbly desks and chalkboard dust, plus a three- or four-digit tuition fee. For those who are looking for all the structure and formality of a traditional course but aren’t sure about stepping back into the classroom or forking over those fees, check out some of these free online language courses, available in nearly as many languages as there are learners.

1. Live Lingua

Heading off the list is Live Lingua, the Internet’s largest collection of free public domain language learning materials, according to the site itself. It’s not hard to believe. There are thousands of free e-books, audio recordings and foreign language video materials available in over 130 different languages.

It’s also one of the most user-friendly w

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