Chicago, Illinois, USA
30 September – 2 October
AMTA 2024 will provide engaging sessions and productive networking opportunities for in-person attendees, as well as virtual access for remote participants from around the world.
The Machine Translation industry is in a fast growth and majority adoption phase, projected to exceed USD $500 million in 2024. Research is accelerating rapidly, and many bold and large-scale offerings have come to market recently with still more around the corner: machine interpretation for meetings, automatic dubbing of videos, speech-to-speech translation, machine translation for sign language and multimodal translation adopted by search engines.
This 16th biennial conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas will be the most prominent MT event of the year. Our previous AMTA events had the highest attendance in the almost 30-year history of the series, and we hope to break the record again in 2024.
Our venue will be the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel. Click here to reserve you room at a special conference rate now.
We anticipate that this venue will provide additional reasons for our diverse audience to come together, if they are able, and once again enjoy stimulating in-person networking opportunities.
AMTA conferences are unique in bringing together MT researchers, users, and providers of MT technology from academia, industry, and government.
- For researchers, AMTA 2024 will provide unique opportunities to share their latest results with colleagues as well as understand real-world user requirements.
- Participants from industry and government will benefit from updates on leading-edge R&D in Machine Translation and have a chance to present and discuss use cases.
As with our previous conferences, AMTA 2024 will provide parallel sessions addressing a variety of topics. There will be outstanding keynote talks and panels by recognized MT experts, fresh demonstrations of the latest offerings from MT providers, relevant tutorials for both beginners and more experience practitioners in MT, and in-depth workshops for specialist participants. Students interested in MT and computational linguistics will be able to connect with academic and industry mentors.
We hope to see many of you again online, but we especially hope to see many more of you in person in Chicago!