The European language technology company Tilde has released the world's first neural machine translation (MT) systems for smaller languages. Tilde Neural MT systems, available to the public in a free online translation service, prove that neural machine translation provides a significant boost in automatic translation quality for smaller languages.
The 19th annual European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT) conference was held in Riga, Latvia, last week. Organized by Tilde and EAMT, the event gathered more than 80 language technology experts from 29 countries, who spent three days discussing the state-of-the-art and future of MT.
The conference was held at the University of Latvia in central Riga, with a gala dinner at the brand new Latvian National Library restaurant.
The 19th annual conference of the European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT 2016) will be held in Riga, Latvia, on May 30-June 1. Organized by Tilde, EAMT, and the University of Latvia, the event will bring together Europe's leading machine translation (MT) experts for three days of presentations and discussion on the state-of-the-art and the future of MT.