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” Online proceedings

 

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

“Envisioning machine translation in the information future” Online proceedings

 

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

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

 

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

“Machine translation: from real users to research” Online 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 (View in ACL Anthology

 

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

Online proceedings

 

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

Online proceedings (View in ACL Anthology

 

14th, 2020, October 5-9, Virtual.

Online proceedings and recordings (View in ACL Anthology

 

MT Summit XVIII 2021, August 16-20, Virtual.

Online proceedings and recordings of MT Summit XVIII (View in ACL Anthology

 

15th, 2022, September 12-16, Hybrid, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Online proceedings and recordings of AMTA 2022 (View in ACL Anthology)

 

16th, 2023, November 8, Virtual.

Online recordings of AMTA 2023

AMTA 2016

October 7th, 2016 / Darius Hughes / 0 comments

AMTA 2016 is the twelfth biennial conference organized by the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas. The AMTA conferences are unique in bringing together MT researchers, developers, and users of MT

AMTA 2016 | Venue & Accommodations

August 5th, 2016 / Darius Hughes / 0 comments

Hotel registration is open! The AMTA 2016 Conference Hotel is the same as the conference venue: The Austin Hilton Hotel You can reserve your hotel room at the discounted conference rate here. Reserve your rooms soon! You can see the hotel on a map here. And a map of nearby restaurants is here. Austin, TX […]

AMTA 2016 | Call for Contributions

February 16th, 2016 / Darius Hughes / 0 comments

AMTA 2016 is soliciting contributions to our research, commercial user, and government user tracks, and a technology showcase of commercial and research-stage MT technology.   Call for Exhibitors in the Technology Showcase  Closed Call for MT Research Papers  Closed Call for Presentations: Commercial MT Users and Translators  Closed Call for Presentations: Government MT Users  Closed Call for Workshop Proposals  Closed […]

AMTA 2016 | Organizing Committee

February 12th, 2016 / Darius Hughes / 0 comments

General Chair: George Foster (NRC Canada) Steering Committee: Alon Lavie (Amazon), Hassan Sawaf (eBay), Mike Dillinger (LinkedIn) Research Track Co-Chairs: Lane Schwartz (U Illinois), Spence Green (Lilt) Commercial Track Co-Chairs: Steve Richardson (LDS Church), Olga Beregovaya (Welocalize) Government Track Chair: Jennifer Doyon (MITRE), Lucie Langlois (CAS) Workshops and Tutorials Chair: Roland Kuhn (NRC Canada) Publications […]

AMTA 2016 | Announcement

January 24th, 2016 / Darius Hughes / 0 comments

This year, the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas will host AMTA 2016 at the Austin Hilton in Austin, Texas from Friday, October 29 through Tuesday, November 2, 2016 — together with EMNLP.

MT Summit XV | Proceedings

October 30th, 2015 / Darius Hughes / 0 comments

Miami, FL, October 30 – November 3, 2015 Main Conference Proceedings, vol. 1: MT Researchers’ Track Proceedings, vol. 2: MT Users’ Track Tutorials (Jay Marciano, Coordinator) — Materials will be posted soon     Introduction to Machine Translation — Jay Marciano     Computer Aided Translation: Advances and Challenges — Philipp Koehn     Using Microsoft Translator Hub and Collaborative Translator Framework […]