North American Computational Linguistics Open Competition
The University of Utah is a local host for the North American Computational Linguistics Open Competition! NACLO is a free contest in which high school students learn about linguistics and language technologies by solving puzzles. The contest helps students identify potential careers related to languages, language technologies, and computer science. They also exercise problem-solving skills and have fun!
We will be hosting practice rounds for the NACLO.
See below for details on and registration for the NACLO Open Round.
The problems in this round are harder than the Open Round problems. The purpose is to select national winners, who will be eligible to participate in the international competition, the International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL).