TAUS Post-Editing Guidelines (created in partnership with CNGL):

DoMT (Do Machine Translation) products are robust commercial applications for business SMT production environments that add functions and features missing from Moses and other academic projects without sacrificing the capabilities of the original components. http://www.precisiontranslationtools.com/

DoMY (Do Moses Yourself) is an open source distribution of six academic research projects with best-of-breed open source SMT technologies. The projects include: Moses Decoder RELEASE 1.0, MGIZA++ 0.7.3, BerkeleyAligner 2.1 (unsupervised), GIZA++ 1.0.7, IRSTLM 5.80.01, RandLM 0.2.5.http://www.precisiontranslationtools.com/solutions/domt-tools/domy-open-source-kernel/

Statmt.org is dedicated to research in statistical machine translation, i.e. the translation of text from one human language to another by a computer that learned how to translate from vast amounts of translated text.

Introduction to Statistical MT Research

Conferences and Workshops

See comprehensive list of NLP meetings.

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AMTA 2018 | Call for Participation Technology Showcase

by Guilherme Henrique | October 30, 2017

AMTA will be hosting a one-day Technology Forum and is looking for demonstrations of Commerical products Government systems Open source software Research prototypes Other cool new software In the following areas: Machine translation Computer Assisted Translation, including hybrid CAT/MT systems Any technology that supports translation (e.g., Language ID) There is no exhibit fee. Exhibiters coming […]

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AMTA 2018 | Call for Tutorial Proposals

by Guilherme Henrique | October 30, 2017

Contact: Steve Richardson (tutorials@amtaweb.org) AMTA 2018 is seeking proposals for tutorials on all topics related to MT. We are interested in tutorials presented by experts from the following categories: – MT Researchers and Developers – Commercial MT Users – Government MT Users – Translators using MT Any themes connected to MT research, development, deployment, use, […]

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AMTA 2018 | Call for Workshop Proposals

by Guilherme Henrique | October 30, 2017

Contact: Steve Richardson (workshops@amtaweb.org) AMTA workshops are intended to provide the opportunity for MT-related communities of interest to spend time together advancing the state of the art, both in ideas and practices, in their area of endeavor. We are particularly interested in submissions related to commercialization of MT and/or its use by professional translators. However, […]

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AMTA 2018 | Government and Military MT Stakeholders: Call for Presentations

by Guilherme Henrique | October 23, 2017

Contacts: Jen Doyon and Doug Jones (governmentmtusers@amtaweb.org)   Government and Military MT Stakeholders: We encourage you to submit a proposal to speak at AMTA 2018 about your insights on research, development and operational use of MT and MT-related technologies in government and military settings. We especially encourage perspectives that challenge the broader MT community, including […]

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AMTA 2018 | Commercial MT Users and Translators: Call for Presentations

by Guilherme Henrique | October 23, 2017

Contact: Janice Campbell, Alex Yanishevsky (commercialmtusers@amtaweb.org) Overview The Commercial Users and Translators track will focus on how MT helps individual translators, Language Service Providers, and enterprise users deliver their products and services more effectively. Submissions should report on the use of MT to support business goals and serve customer needs in commercial settings by integrating it with other processes […]

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AMTA 2018 | Call for MT Researches Papers

by Guilherme Henrique | October 23, 2017

AMTA-2018 solicits original research papers that will advance the field of Machine Translation. In addition to regular contributions, we are also seeking extended abstracts, which can report in-progress work, or novel applications of technology to real application scenarios. Submissions must be unpublished, and in English. We seek submissions across the entire spectrum of MT-related research […]

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