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...
CNGL researchers at University College Dublin (UCD) and the Multimodal Speech Processing Group at Saarland University (Germany) are using facial recognition technology to advance the ability of speech translation systems to translate not only what a speaker says, but also their emotional and affective state.
CNGL and DCU spinout company Xcelerator Machine Translation Ltd. has announced the official launch of its cloud based statistical machine translation platform KantanMT.com in June 2013.