Previous Conferences of the

Association for Machine Translation in the Americas

 

1st, 1994, October 5-8, Columbia, Maryland, USA.

“Technology partnerships for crossing the language barrier” Online proceedings

 

2nd, 1996, October 2-5, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

“Expanding MT horizons” Online proceedings

 

3rd, 1998, October 28-31, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, USA.

“Machine translation and the information soup” Published proceedings

 

4th, 2000, October 10-14, Cuernavaca, Mexico.

“Envisioning machine translation in the information future” Published proceedings

 

5th, 2002, October 8-12, Tiburon, California, USA.

“Machine translation: from research to real users” Published proceedings

 

6th, 2004, September 28 – October 2, Washington, DC, USA.

“Machine translation: from real users to research” Published proceedings

 

7th, 2006, August 8-12, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

“Visions for the future of machine translation” Online proceedings

 

2007, April 26, Rochester, New York, USA.

[Workshop at NAACL-HLT 2007] “Syntax and structure in statistical translation” Online proceedings

 

8th, 2008, October 21-25, Waikiki, Hawai’i, USA.

“MT at work” Online proceedings

 

9th, 2010, October 31-November 4, Denver, Colorado, USA.

AMTA 2010 Online proceedings

 

10th, 2012, October 28-November 1, San Diego, California, USA.

AMTA 2012 Online proceedings

 

11th, 2014, October 22-26, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

AMTA 2014 Online proceedings

 

12th, 2016, October 28-November 1, Austin, Texas, USA.

Online proceedings

 

13th, 2018, March 17-21, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Online proceedings

 

New Tutorials for AMTA 2016

June 12th, 2017 / Mike Dillinger / 0 comments

October 28: — Introduction to MT (Jay Marciano) — Dependency-Based Statistical Machine Translation (Qun Liu and Liangyou Li) November 1: — Computer Aided Translation: Advances and Challenges (Philipp Koehn) — Advances in Neural Machine Translation (Rico Sennrich, Alexandra Birch, and Marcin Junczys-Dowmunt) — ModernMT (Marcello Federico and Marco Trombetti)   Scroll down for more information. […]

MT Summit XV | Call for Tutorial Proposals

June 12th, 2017 / Mike Dillinger / 0 comments

Contact: Jay Marciano (tutorials@amtaweb.org) MT Summit XV is seeking proposals for tutorials on all topics related to MT. We are interested in tutorials from experts in the following areas: MT Researchers and developers Commercial MT Users Government MT Users, and Translators using MT However, any themes connected to MT research, development, deployment, use, and evaluation […]

AMTA 2016 | Accepted Workshops

March 23rd, 2017 / Mike Dillinger / 0 comments

CAT Tool Workshop        October 28 This workshop is intended for translators who are curious about machine translation but have never seriously experimented with it or tried their hand at post-editing. The workshop will invite a limited number of CAT tool vendors whose systems incorporate machine translation and allow each forty minutes to demonstrate their […]

MT Summit XV | Government MT Users: Call for Presentations

March 13th, 2017 / Mike Dillinger / 0 comments

Contact: Jen Doyon (governmentmtusers@amtaweb.org) Government users are encouraged to contribute to MT Summit 2015 by submitting proposals for this year’s conference that pertain to the research, development and operational use of MT and MT-related technologies in government settings. Important dates: Submission deadline: Monday July 13 Notifications of acceptance: Monday August 27 Final “camera-ready” versions: Monday […]

MT Summit XVI | CFP and Extended Deadlines!

January 29th, 2017 / Mike Dillinger / 0 comments

The Program Committee of MT Summit XVI has extended the submission deadlines of two tracks: – Submissions to the Research track can be submitted until June 5th (three weeks extension). See more details here. – Submissions to the Commercial MT Users and Translators track can be submitted until June 12th (11 days extension). See more […]

AMTA 2016 | Proceedings are available

October 29th, 2016 / Mike Dillinger / 0 comments

 Main Conference Proceedings of AMTA 2016, vol. 1:  MT Researchers’ Track   Spence Green and Lane Schwartz (Eds.) Proceedings of AMTA 2016, vol. 2:  MT Users’ Track   Olga Beregovaya, Jennifer Doyon, Lucie Langlois, and Steve Richardson (Eds.) MT Marathons, Open Source, and Collaborative Research in MT   Phillip Koehn, Research Track Invited Talk   Keynotes MT escaped […]