The MultilingualWeb–LT (Language Technology) Working Group, co-led by CNGL, invites industry professionals to attend a showcase event on the upcoming Internationalization Tag Set (ITS2.0) specification on 18th June 2013 at Trinity College Dublin.
Three groups at the CNGL research centre for global content technologies have been awarded more than €270,000 by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) to progress their research around personalised eLearning, machine translation adoption, and integration of computer-aided translation and machine translation.
Dublin students have been crowned Ireland’s top decoders, with schools from the capital taking both individual and team gold in the CNGL All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad 2013.
The Rosetta Foundation has launched Translation Commons (www.trommons.org), an innovative networking site that matches translation tasks required by not-for-profit organisations with volunteer translators and localisation specialists across the globe. The Rosetta Foundation – a not-for-profit spinout of the Centre for Next Generation Localisation (CNGL) and University of Limerick – is urging communities, localisation professionals and technology...