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Localization software that helps companies hire workers who can speak, read, and write in multiple languages.

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A startup that helps people who are trying to learn a new language socialize with others online

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 A Chinese-language news app. They have about 200,000 users, and are profitable. They’ve already raised $3.5 million.

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A startup that helps translate the product descriptions of small businesses into multiple languages

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A startup that helps employers find employees who are fluent in another language

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This is an online course platform for language learners. The startup is starting with Spanish, and is planning to expand to Italian and French.

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Twilio, a company that provides cloud-based communication and telephony APIs, is one of the most well-known startups at YC. Their newest project is a tool that helps call center agents manage multiple languages.

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The startup is building a platform that is able to recognize a set of facial expressions and, in real-time, translate them into emotions. It also translates any other language into emotions. The company promises to keep an eye on emotions in real-time, helping businesses avoid misunderstandings and improve customer service.

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A tool to help the developer community find solutions for specific problems with the language.

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A personal trainer who has a special love for the Danish language. The startup is building a mobile app that helps people learn Danish, then helps them reach new goals through quizzes and gamification.

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A video platform for language learners.

85

A startup that does “the Netflix model” for language learning

83

A company that’s built a software platform to translate a user’s text into a computer-readable language. It’s already in use by several Fortune 500 companies.

83

A new kind of search engine that lets users input questions in natural language.

83

A platform that helps English language learners practice by presenting them with text in a way that will help them understand.

83

A chatbot that answers questions and handles customer service calls, using language processing to help users avoid common mistakes.

82

A toolbox that helps translate text from one language to another

82

A startup that wants to use natural language processing to make it easier to integrate chatbots into your business.

79

A startup that delivers easy-to-follow content to people who want to learn a new language but don’t have an internet connection.

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“We pride ourselves on being one of the few VCs in the Bay Area that can actually speak the language of our portfolio companies, and we are happy to have the opportunity to learn Spanish and Portuguese.”

78

A text messaging service that uses automated language translation to translate the words of a conversation between two people in real time. It was started in 2012 by a group of PhD students and has raised just under $5 million in funding.

75

A startup that uses human transcribers to help companies support their customers in multiple languages

74

This startup is building a new way to access and use the world’s most popular programming languages. The company is now working with Google on its Material Design language team.

73

A startup that is building a platform for chatbots that lets people build chatbots using any programming language

72

A startup that has created a chatbot that helps people organize their lives The chatbot is powered by NLU, machine learning, and natural language generation

71

A natural language processing startup that is building software that helps companies better understand user conversations, especially in chat. The company is launching in the US in 22 countries and is working on a US expansion for early next year.

70

A Chrome extension that turns any website into a mobile app shop. Employs a “re-imagined” version of Google’s well-known design language.

69

This is a startup that makes it easier for users to read and write in French, Italian, and Spanish. Another benefit is that they can take notes in those languages and they can share those notes with others who speak those languages.

68

A company that provides sign-language interpreters for the deaf

66

The company offers an online tool that lets users manage and track lessons for teaching English as a second language.

62

A startup that makes a game that helps people learn how to code and write programs in custom languages. The one-time investment is $50, and it’s currently in a private beta.

60

This company is building a way to add gender-neutral language to websites and applications. It’s a way to extend the gender-neutral language that’s already been created for things like vacation rentals or the LGBTQ community by defaulting to “them” whenever they’re not specified.

59

A free, open-source platform for building and managing distributed applications. Uses a programming language called Akka.

56

A new kind of language machine for natural language processing.

55

A startup that helps programmers write beautiful code, built on the fact that we’re all just doing the best we can with the tools we have and doesn’t expect its users to be professional programmers with developer-level command of the language it’s written in.

54

A company that makes it easier for businesses to adopt and use technology. They’re currently working with 10 customers, including two large enterprise customers, and offer solutions in computer vision, speech recognition, natural language processing, and machine learning.

53

A new kind of restaurant reservation platform that works across telephone, mobile, and web. The company says it’s building a “digital concierge” that can quickly answer questions on the fly and will be available in 6 languages.

53

The startup wants to make your web browser a full-fledged programming language that you can write programs in.

52

This startup is building an AI chatbot that acts as a friendly customer service rep. The startup is using a combination of machine learning, natural language processing, and domain expertise to make its chatbot more human.

51

A tool for helping people learn a new language. The startup is launching in early August.

50

Social commerce startup that offers a way for shops to translate their product descriptions into multiple languages, and allows users to easily connect with the businesses that sell the items.

48

A startup that uses machine learning and natural language processing to help companies determine what the best way is to communicate with customers.

47

A free online language exchange platform for people looking to learn a new language.

46

This is a startup that wants to make it easier for people to make products in multiple languages. It currently offers a single language editor, aimed at creating text-based localizations for a single language, and plans to launch a tool for generating voiceover scripts.

42

A mobile app that helps you learn new languages by speaking to a native speaker over video.

42

A company that sells a device that lets your phone read and translate text in over 100 languages. The startup has raised $3 million.

41

 This is a company that has done a lot of research on the best way to get a message across to people in different places. They decided that one of the best ways was to create a system that is both language and location-agnostic, and designed to be culturally sensitive. They’ve put that system to work for a variety of companies, including a hotel chain, a coffee company, and a plastic surgery center.

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This company is building a “natural language processing platform for chatbots”.

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The Startup wants to create a tool that helps you learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian, in real life (not via an app or computer), by quizzing you on the language.

34

A way to evaluate programming languages and compare them to one another.

33

A “dynamic” service that allows customers to take a picture of a receipt and have it automatically translated to 10 other languages. It also provides translation services for non-English speaking customers.

32

A company that helps people order food using language. The startup is building a platform to translate menus and order food, currently focusing on Spanish and English.

32

A platform that helps people to learn languages from their phones. They also offer a “chatbot” that can help you with your language learning.

29

A team of Ph.D.s and VCs is building a new language for smart contracts, making it easier to write and read smart contracts that run on the Ethereum blockchain.

29

A startup that aims to make it easier for people to find tutors for personal help with subjects like math, science, and language.

28

A company that helps people learn different languages by tracking their daily interactions with social media.

27

Founded in May, this startup wants to connect job-seekers to employers. In addition to helping people find jobs, the startup promises to help employers find the best candidates, and even suggests the best language and time for job interviews.

22

A startup that provides a way to learn German online. It’s a separate app users can download if they’d like to focus on learning the language.

22

A visual programming language designed for chip design, intended to allow engineers to quickly prototype and visualize their designs.

21

A startup that helps people learn to speak other languages. The startup aims to use gamification and gamified courses to help people learn foreign languages.

20

This is a platform for texting in Spanish, targeting the Latin America market. They’ve built an SMS-based platform where you can “send and receive SMS using the language of your choice”.

17

Creators of a tool that lets you “chase the dragon” without having to learn a new programming language.

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The startup has built a software platform that lets its customers create, manage, and publish road-side signs in multiple languages. The company, which was founded in 2012, has raised $4.5 million in funding, including a $1.5 million investment from Digital Garage in August 2017.

14

A call center for multilingual businesses. It gives companies a way to handle customer service and human resources in their native language.

14

A startup that helps people in the US, Mexico, and Canada communicate in local languages.

13

A suite of AI tools for retail, based on machine learning and natural language processing. The startup has built a platform to help brands manage messages and marketing automation for their marketing channels.

13

First Names Only is a startup that connects people who want to learn a foreign language with native speakers of the language they want to learn.

13

A startup that offers online courses to help people learn languages, with plans to launch in the fall of 2020.

12

This company makes a “cute,” AI-powered tool that allows developers to translate a website into a number of other languages.

11

A chatbot platform that helps restaurants manage the back of their house. It’s built on top of the same language processing technology that Facebook uses to turn user chat messages into ads.

11

The startup is building an open-source library of all the design patterns, languages, and paradigms that make up the internet. This will serve as a foundation for the internet of things.

11

It’s a social network for translating videos from one language to another.

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This startup is building a tool that designates specific parts of an app as “core”, “intermediate”, or “non-core”, which helps developers prioritize work and makes it easier to switch to a different language.

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A tool that lets people create “standard contracts”, which require the same information from parties. This way, people don’t have to go back and forth with different versions of contract language.

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An online platform that allows for the creation and development of bespoke, custom language translations

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A live performance app that lets people stream their performances. A new app called LiveStream lets users stream live video online for free. LiveStream is free to use with up to five people in the same room, available in 24 languages, and it has 10,000 users.

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Idea: The best way to learn a new programming language is to practice it through a project

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Idea: This is a one-on-one video messaging app that allows users to video chat with someone who speaks a different language

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Idea: A company that eliminates the legacy process of coding in a proprietary language by using a visual language

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Idea: A Chatbot for Lawyers that uses natural language processing to understand human input and produce relevant answers

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Idea: Use crowdsourced data to build a universal language translation app for developers

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Idea: A Chinese-English dictionary to help people learn languages

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Idea: A self-learning, natural language processing platform for chatbots that can connect with any API

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Idea: A video platform for language learners to have a dialogue with a native speaker

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Makes it easy to create and manage software libraries in multiple languages The startup wants to reduce code duplication

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Idea: A B2B company that helps companies deal with the complexity of managing multiple languages, and the translation of content.

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A startup that provides an app that helps people learn how to speak a new language

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A startup that provides language tutoring for people who are traveling abroad

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A startup that helps people who are moving abroad find a dentist who speaks their language

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