Anuoluwapo Aremu is a linguist with four years of experience in African language innovation, advocacy, facilitation, research, and technology. He created Yooba Lingo, the first African indigenous language crossword board game, to aid in the learning of the Yorùbá language and to also present African languages to modern engagements. Recently his works have spanned across the Nigerian Pidgin, Nigerian English, Hausa and Yoruba languages. Anuoluwapo completed his bachelor’s degree in linguistics and African studies at the University of Lagos. He is a member of Association of Computational Linguistics and a terminology intern at Translators Without Borders. Anuoluwapo is interested in localization, text annotations, automatic speech recognition, machine translation, question answering, and other interesting natural language processing tasks.