Pangeanic has been invited as one of the 3 guest speakers at TMS Inspiration Days (19-20 April 2012) to showcase its transition from Language Service Provider to machine translation software application vendor. Manuel Herranz’ talk will deal with the initial application of statistical models which were applied as a solution to increasing demand for automotive
Pangeanic’s CEO Manuel Herranz will take part in Japan’s largest LSP exhibition in Tokyo on Tuesday 29th November, the 21st Japan Translation festival at 15:15. A full program with bios can be found at http://www.jtf.jp/jp/festival/festival_program.html Manuel will be presenting at JTF on Tuesday 29th about the application of machine translation technologies in EU languages for
Pangeanic’s development team gathered important input on real advances on MT from the academia at the International Workshop on Using Linguistic Information for Hybrid Machine Translation (LIHMT-2011) and the practical Saturday session ML4HMT (META NET WP2) in conjunction with DKFI. These sessions were really geared for development personnel and those with a personal interest in
Translators without Borders, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping NGOs extend their humanitarian work by providing free, professional translations, has launched their online Translation Center – an automated platform via which non-governmental organizations approved by Translators without Borders can request translations. Pro-bono translators can accept and deliver the work and contribute to help those in need.
Pangeanic’s attendance to the machine-translation summit TAUS Barcelona 2011 generated well-earned interest, as the company’s self-training, DIY machine-translation technologies were unveiled in a recent press-release. The announcement that Pangeanic’s PangeaMT package will provide a customized API for users to its different engines became a hot topic after the news that Google will deprecate its free version
Manuel Herranz, Pangeanic’s CEO and PangeaMT’s chief strategist, has been invited to speak at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Translation in Brussels later on today. He will be offering the language industry’s current perspective on Machine Translation. The conference itself, entitled Translators and Machine Translation, is geared at raising further awareness on translation automation technologies
Manuel Herranz, Pangeanic’s CEO will be presenting at the international W3C Workshop: Content on the Multilingual Web in Pisa, Italy, later on today. This Workshop is linked to the EU-funded Multilingual Web project geared at establishing best practices and standards related to all aspects of creating, localizing and deploying the Web multilingually. Manuel’s talk is
Pangeanic has been awarded EU funds under the ESF programme and Valencia’s local government IMPIVA for the research co-ordination work that Elia Yuste, Pangeanic’s BDM, has carried out through 2010. Pangeanic has applied for the 2nd-yr follow-up funding for 2011. The award number is IMEXPA/2010/71. Please refer to this piece of news about related funding.
Pangeanic has been awarded EU funds under the FEDER programme and Valencia’s local government IMPIVA in order to advance our Statistical Machine Translation technologies. The award number is IMIDTA/2010/1016. For Pangeanic this is extremely useful as it enables the company to keep on innovating and improving in the MT arena. The award corroborates the company’s