Tag: Machine Translation

2019 language services industry events you won’t want to miss!

2019 language services industry events you won’t want to miss!

Perhaps the best job perk of working in localization is the opportunity to travel to new places and meet fascinating people. But travel budgets are not infinite, so first you need to sit down and prioritize your travel itinerary. Nimdzi has once again made this easy for you by preparing a list of top 2019 events for – or related to – the language services industry.

Check out the events list from here.

memoQ Trend Report 2019

memoQ Trend Report 2019

A curious look from the memoQ team into the most important developments we believe will influence the landscape of translation technology and related fields in the coming year.

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Making machine translation work for us – part 1

Making machine translation work for us – part 1

It seems machine translation is not only a big trend in the translation industry, but it’s become something of a buzzword outside of the industry, too. Machine translation is not a new phenomenon; for decades, academic researchers have been looking into the possibility of using a machine to translate one language into another without human intervention.

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A Gentle Introduction to Neural Machine Translation

A Gentle Introduction to Neural Machine Translation

Automatic or machine translation is perhaps one of the most challenging artificial intelligence tasks given the fluidity of human language. Classically, rule-based systems were used for this task, which were replaced in the 1990s with statistical methods. More recently, deep neural network models achieve state-of-the-art results in a field that is aptly named neural machine translation. Read Full Article.

Here’s What Happened at the World’s Biggest Machine Translation Conference

Here’s What Happened at the World’s Biggest Machine Translation Conference

Machine translation is not a small part of the EMNLP mega conference and has its own conference stream, called the Conference on Machine Translation (WMT). WMT started out in 2006 as a series of workshops offered at EMNLP and became a full blown conference in its own right in 2016. EMNLP Organizer ACL was in fact originally named the Association for Machine Translation and Computational Linguistics (AMTCL) and changed name in 1962, six years after its founding.

 

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memoQ 8.6 is Here!

memoQ 8.6 is Here!

memoQ 8.6 is our third release in 2018, and we are very excited about the new functionality it brings. The highlight of 8.6 is definitely the aim to pave the way to a more CMS-friendly translation environment, but like previous versions, it includes enhancements in many areas, including integration, terminology, productivity features, file filters, and user experience. Learn more about the most recent version and see how it will help you be even more productive.

 

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