Project researcher Antonio Toral is giving a guest lecture at Dublin City University as part of the Digital World module.
Multimedia in Mobile-based Machine Translation (PDF slides)
Advances in recent years in the fields of machine translation and mobile computing have led to the long-awaited dream of having automatic translation in a handheld device to be feasible.
This lecture aims to give a general overview of the techniques behind machine translation and the technologies that allow to deal with multimedia, so that one can build mobile applications that translate not only from text but also from other types of media such as speech and image.
Time: 10.00, 30th October 2014
Venue: Room XG20, Science Buliding, Dublin City University
This afternoon, Gema Ramírez, from partner Prompsit, has been invited to give a talk at the NLP circle at the University of Zagreb that has a monthly meeting on the last Monday of each month.
More than 50 people among researchers, students and professionals will attend this talk about the free/open source machine translation platform Apertium and the company Gema’s managages, Prompsit, offering services related to this platform and other NLP services.
The slides of the talk if you are not able to make it, are available here.
When: 27 October 2014, 17:00
Where: Meeting Room. 2nd floor. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb
Tittle: The Apertium plaform: opportunities for research and business