Ongoing Projects

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CrackerCracker
QT21 is collaborating with CRACKER on shared resources. CRACKER pushes towards an improvement of MT research in terms of efficiency and effectiveness by implementing the successful example of other disciplines where massively collaborative research on shared resources – guided by interoperability, standardization, agreed major challenges and comprehensive success metrics – has led to breakthroughs that would have been impossible otherwise.
from
01/2015
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12/2017
HimL
HimL aims to make public health information available in a wider variety of languages using fully automatic machine translation, which combines the statistical paradigm with deep linguistic techniques. Fully automatic translation systems will be created to translate public health information from English into Czech, German, Polish and Romanian. This MT will be integrated into the live systems run by project partners NHS 24 and Cochrane.
from
01/02/2015
to
31/01/2018
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KConnect
KConnect offers a new stack of multilingual medical text and search services that can help users find best and most relevant medical information available.
We provide medical-specific multilingual text processing services, consisting of semantic annotation, semantic search, search log analysis, document classification and machine translation.
We can deliver the services either locally on-premises or via the cloud.
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01/02/2015
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31/07/2017
ModernMT
MMT
MMT will overcome four technology barriers that still hinder the wide adoption of currently available MT software by end-users and language service providers:
- MMT will be a ready to install an application that will not require any initial training phase.
- The MMT system will manage context automatically so that it will not require building domain-specific systems.
- MMT will enable scalability of data and users so that no more expensive ad-hoc hardware installations are needed.
- MMT will create a data collection infrastructure that accelerates the process of filling the data gap between large web companies and the machine translation industry.
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01/01/2015
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31/12/2017
summa-project-logoSUMMA
SUMMA integrates stream-based media processing tools (including speech recognition and machine translation) with deep language understanding capabilities (including named entity relation extraction and semantic parsing), for open-source applications and implemented in use cases at the BBC and Deutsche Welle.

SUMMA is a Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action, running from 1st February 2016 to 31st January 2019.
from
02/2016
to
02/2019
tramooc-logoTraMOOC
TraMOOC aims at overcoming language barriers by providing a high-quality translation of all types of text genre included in MOOCs from English into eleven European and BRIC languages.
from
02/2015
to
01/2018