Large language models can bring potential advantages in the localization and translation of digital technology, but this does not come without its own set of challenges, writes EngageMedia Open and Secure Technology Specialist Khairil Zhafri.
Created by the contributors of EngageMedia’s’ Localization project, the Digital Security Community Directory lists various tools and guides to help civil society organisations and practitioners identify and mitigate security risks and threats.
Civil society advocates, technologists, and students are invited to participate in a localization sprint on February 18, 2023 to contribute to the development of digital security tools and resources in Thai.
EngageMedia led the research and writing of two reports on Indonesia and the Philippines as part of the Internet Monitoring and Action Project (iMAP), which aims to promote and defend internet freedoms in South and Southeast Asia.
To be held on December 9 in Manila, the workshop aims to build the capacity of digital rights advocates and enable them to strengthen ongoing efforts on internet censorship monitoring and reporting.
FreedomFilmFest 2022 is returning to the big screen with a lineup of deep, difficult, and daring films produced just before and during the pandemic. Cinemata will be hosting the screenings of the films during the weeklong event in Malaysia.
The program is open to civil society advocates who are interested in localizing digital security resources for their communities. The sprints will be held in September 2022 in a hybrid format, with a combination of online and offline convenings.
The latest version of Cinemata features enhanced site navigation, video upload improvements, and more, making it easier for the Cinemata community to maximise this free and independent open source platform.
The Digital Security Localization Fellowship aims to convene a network of localizers to support the development of localized digital security resources in Southeast Asian languages.