Latvia’s machine translation service Hugo.lv has been nominated for a World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) Project Prize in the category “Cultural Diversity and Identity, Linguistic Diversity and Local Content.”
The organizers of the Riga Summit on the Multilingual Digital Single Market met with the President of Latvia, Mr. Andris Bērziņš, and his European and Economic Affairs Adviser, Mr. Andris Piebalgs, at the Latvian President’s provisional residence in the House of Blackheads.
At the meeting, President Bērziņš agreed to serve as the patron of the Riga Summit on the Multilingual Digital Single Market, an official event of the 2015 Presidency of the Council of the European Union, on April 27-29.
6 February–29 March, 2015, in the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design (Riga, Skarnu street 10/20), exhibition “Humanizācija” (Humanization) will be hosted – an inspiring and ambitious manifestation of the variety and availability of the design created by Latvian designers.
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The Riga Summit will gather government officials, business leaders, technology developers, and language researchers, who will forge a unified vision for the multilingual digital single market.
At the event, stakeholders will work together to develop a combined strategy, identify goals, establish partnerships, and initiate concrete actions to bring about the vision of a digital single market without language barriers.
European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip praises Tilde’s work in language technology: “Machine translation is extremely important for Europe.”
Today in Riga, European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip spoke with Tilde CEO Andrejs Vasiļjevs about the importance of language technologies for the future of Europe. The discussion was held at the IT Demo Center as part of the Vice-President’s official visit to Latvia.
Yesterday, on November 13th, Tilde representatives Andrejs Vasiljevs and Toms Zunna met with European Economic and Social Committee President Henri Malosse, who is in Latvia on an official visit to discuss topical issues regarding the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
European language technology company Tilde is launching a new set of cloud services for automated translation at the world’s largest localization conference, Localization World, in Vancouver, Canada, on October 29-31. To meet the translation needs of global customers, Tilde has integrated intelligent machine translation, next generation terminology services, and a huge library of multilingual data into a single online platform.