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 Mr. Ajit Singh, a faculty member from The Punjabi University. Mr Singh is an assistant professor at the MM Modi College. He received assistance and collaborated
Pangeanic to help refine EU Research CASMACAT User Group with input from industry
May 19, Valencia – Pangeanic will attend machine translation Industry Leaders Forum on 2nd and 3rd June in Dublin. The TAUS Industry Leaders Forum is a unique gathering where around 60 directors of internationalization or globalization departments and services from global corporations, machine translation companies and successful technology start-ups, share best practices and experiences with translation
Pangeanic has sponsored JABA’s first Partners Summit in Porto together with other translation technology providers, including machine translation and translation management translation. Several leading translation companies in Europe, translation technology vendors and representatives from translation organizations such as ELIA and GALA met in Porto (Portugal) last week to review the needs of the European translation
Professional translations can be used to find out multilingual social media information and create multilingual content and enhance digital business
Translation company Pangeanic was selected from a small group of companies to attend MIT Sloan of Management via the Valencian Global fast-growth program. In February, and at the request of founder Mr. K. Morse, it will address an audience at MIT Tokyo
One year its publication, the article on Multilingual magazine about DIY machine translation and how it can make translation companies deliver more consistent and higher quality ouput faster remains a must read for all those interested in maximizing quality output and delivery from their solutions.