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Special issue of Translation Spaces

Vol. 9(1) July 2020 Edited by Joss Moorkens, Dorothy Kenny, and Félix do Carmo Since the well-publicised advent of neural MT, many more language service providers have begun to offer raw and post-edited MT as a reduced-cost option among their suite of products (Lommel and DePalma 2016). The level of automation in translation is usually…

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Workshop Programme

This workshop took place on August 20th 2019 at MT Summit XVII. 14:00 Welcome 14:05 Translating perceptions and managing expectations: an interview study on the role of MT in translation production networks [Abstract, Slides]Lucas Nunes Vieira, Elisa Alonso 14:30 Promoting ethical and sustainable use of MT in the translation industry: A case in Japan [Abstract, Slides]Akiko…

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Accepted Papers

We were delighted with the response to our call for abstracts. The following have been accepted for presentation at the workshop on August 20th. Implementing MTPE into a real industrial scenario: what do translators need for a fair MT workflow?Sergi Alvarez, Antoni Oliver, Toni Badia Consequences of automation in the translation supply chainFélix do Carmo…

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Call for Papers

Research on MT has tended to focus on building systems to maximise the quality of output, evaluating that output in a cost-effective way, along with various forms of pre- and post-processing of texts. There has been little focus on the origin of training data or the sort of workflows that these MT systems would be…

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