This article was originally published on PR Newswire SYSTRAN to Present on Neural Machine Translation at Association for Machine Translation in America Conference
SYSTRAN, a global leader in language translation technology, presented at the Association for Machine Translation in America (AMTA) conference in Austin this month. The talk, titled “Building Renewable Language Assets in Government Domains,” included insights from the company’s latest efforts in Neural Machine Translation.
The presentation, given by Beth Flaherty, SYSTRAN’s Director of Government Solutions, and Joshua Johanson, a computational linguist with SYSTRAN, discussed the company’s work in specific domains and languages of interest to the government.
“SYSTRAN welcomes this opportunity to share our accomplishments to date with the government community,” says Flaherty. “We will also reveal some of our plans to integrate neural network technology into our offerings to further serve the public sector with faster, smarter machine translation.”
As demand for multilingual content continues to increase, public-sector organizations struggle to produce content efficiently, reliably and cost-effectively. SYSTRAN’s software driven by machine translation provides organizations the ability to automatically translate audio and text in more than 130 different language pairs. The software can also be leveraged to perform real-time translation on intranets and other tools. At any given moment, users can translate entire sites, blogs or document to find and understand foreign language information in real-time.
The AMTA conference took place in Austin, TX from October 28 through November 1. SYSTRAN’s presentation was scheduled for October 31 from 5 – 5:30 p.m. on the Government track. The company also exhibited at the Technology showcase on October 30 from 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
To learn more about SYSTRAN and its machine translation technology, visit https://www.systransoft.com/.