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  • 1 Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • 2 Oktafone Ltd.
  • 3 Hungarian Academy of Sciences
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We investigate the digital vitality of Uralic languages and dialects, and discuss how existing approaches to language revitalization relate to this model.

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