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Tilde machine translation technology announced as the world's most accurate at the WMT competition

01.08.2019

Results of this year’s WMT Competition have been announced at the 4th Conference on Machine Translation in Florence, Italy on August 1-2, 2019. Tilde achieved the highest quality of machine translation for English-Lithuanian language pair, ahead of other competitors - the leading machine translat

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Tilde recognised as Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for Latvia

23.07.2019

Tilde has been announced as the Country Partner of the Year for Latvia at last week’s “Microsoft Inspire” conference in Las Vegas, the USA which gathered around 40 000 visitors.

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Towards the next generation of voice interaction technology

23.04.2019

The scientists from the COMPRISE project are giving themselves three years to develop the next generation of voice interaction technology. It will be more affordable, inclusive and, above all, secure.

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Tilde and Delfi introduces Europe’s first AI news anchor

25.02.2019

Europe’s first artificial intelligence (AI) news anchor recently has been presented in Riga, Latvia.

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The virtual assistant UNA developed by Tilde helps win The International Quality Awards 2018!

23.11.2018

On November 21, The Register of Enterprises of the Republic of Latvia was awarded first place in "The International Qualit

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Estonian neural MT finally reaches cutting edge

14.11.2018

Tilde’s ENG-ET-ENG machine translation systems have achieved the highest score in WMT2018 – the global Olympics for MT researchers and developers! Following our last year’s success in WMT2017 we’re again tremendously proud a

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Tilde pledges to not develop lethal autonomous weapons

19.07.2018

Tilde joins thousands of world's top researchers and entrepreneurs in a pledge promising not to development towards lethal autonomous weapons systems. We vow not to take part into such research because both moral and pragmat

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