October 27, 2014

Hybrid Approaches to Machine Translation – Marie Curie EXPERT Summer School

Two of our members involved in developing hybrid approaches to machine translation took part in the last Marie Curie EXPERT Summer School meeting in Dublin, from 29th August to 2nd September, 2014.  Pangeanic was one of the appointed coordinators of the event together with the University of Wolverhampton and Dublin City University, Mr. Alex Helle

September 25, 2014

EXPERT Hybrid Machine Translation – Dublin September 2014

Pangeanic’s Alex Helle and Manuel Herranz will represent the company in this Marie Curie action by the European Union that aims to improve existing corpus-based TM and MT technologies by addressing their well-known shortcomings through the use of more sophisticated levels of linguistic processing, terminology and domain knowledge. The company is responsible for providing presentations

September 24, 2014

Hindi-Punjabi Machine Translation System

The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom) and the Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) of the Indian government have released a system for machine translation Hindi-Punjabi as developed by a faculty member from The Punjabi University, Mr. Ajit Singh, an assistant professor at the MM Modi College, with help from the university’s Computer Science department.

February 14, 2014

How Does Machine Translation Work?

Under the right situations, machine translation, sometimes referred to as MT, is a powerful tool. Delivering low-quality conversion of text within seconds is an impressive feat compared to humans taking hours or days to work through a large document. In this article I’m going to share with you a guide on how machine translations work

February 13, 2014

When Is It Best to Use Machine Translations?

Still under the impression that machine translations are not worth it? It’s time to think again. The world of machine translation has gone through a lot of growth over the past few years. Many different industries are making use of it and although we are not quite at the point where a novel can be

October 22, 2013

What is The Size of the Translation Industry?

How big is the translation services market? Which are the most demanded languages? What trends can we identify in the translation industry? We will address these and other questions in our “Knowledge” section about the translation industry. The good news for translators who worry about the technology may one day replace human translations is that only

October 4, 2013

Key concepts and terms in translation and multilingual services

When the Pangeanic team are out of the company, and someone around us wants to know exactly what we do, not everyone understands us easily. This reflects the fact that society in general is unaware of the translation industry and multilingual services. In fact, the industry is unknown to many and the vast majority of

September 21, 2013

DIY MT or SaaS model machine translation?

A recent question on LinkedIn’s Bay Area Machine Translation User Group asked what is best, a DIY MT solution or a SaaS model. It is a good question as the market has moved very fast from “MT-denial” to almost widespread adoption to several ways of adoption. These are some of the recommendations from Pangeanic about

July 10, 2013

How to Choose the Right Translation Service

As our world becomes somewhat smaller when it comes to communicating on an international basis, it’s now important to be able to communicate in many different languages. However, many businesses are not familiar with how translation works and how to select a translation service that is of good quality. There is also the issue that

July 4, 2013

Machine Translation: the ALPAC report

The best known event in the history of machine translation is without doubt the publication in November 1966 of the report by the Automatic Language Processing Advisory Committee (ALPAC 1966). Its effect was to bring to an end the substantial funding of MT research in the United States for some twenty years. More significantly, perhaps,