Following our launch of KantanNeural™ engines as part of our KantanFleet™ repository of pre-built MT engines, we received a number of questions and interest around the product. To address these questions, we asked Tony O’Dowd, CEO and Chief Architect of KantanMT.com a few questions about the Neural Machine Translation engines on KantanMT, the features and benefits of these engines and the impetus behind launching KantanNeural. Continue reading
Our ‘5 Questions’ series is coming to an end, and this week we are happy to introduce you to Pat Nagle, who talks about some cool technology, his favourite KantanMT feature and lots more. The series aims to give you a better insight into the thoughts and ideas of the people at KantanMT. Continue reading
Our ongoing ‘5 Questions’ series will give you a better insight into the thoughts and ideas of the people at KantanMT. This week we are happy to introduce you to Poulomi Choudhury, who talks about Neural Machine Translation in KantanFleet™, her favourite technology and why she would prefer to be a ‘loony’ character from Rowling’s rich world of imagination. Continue reading
Giulia Mattoni, an Italian Translation Technology student from DCU talks about her experience using Machine Translation for evaluating player support content localization. Giulia’s fascinating view illustrates why this area needs further research, and how she used KantanMT to evaluate MT and post-editing for this type content. Continue reading
It’s coming to the end of a successful year and we are beginning to look back on our partnerships. We understand that being part of a network of experts, practitioners, solution providers and thought leaders is a very powerful tool for success. So, we were delighted catch up with Laura Brandon, Executive Director for the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) to find out more about GALA, its purpose, benefits of membership and future plans. Continue reading
Nikos Katris, submitted his thesis; ‘Evaluation of Two Statistical Machine Translation Systems within a Greek-English Cross-Language Information Retrieval Architecture’ to University of Limerick in October 2015. In his research he compared the results of KantanMT with the Moses system for information retrieval.
Nikos was supervised by Dr Richard Sutcliffe at the University of Limerick’s College of Science and Engineering Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS). Nikos kindly agreed to discuss his research in an interview. The University of Limerick and the Localisation Research Centre are KantanMT’s academic partners. Continue reading