My Journey to Becoming a Gaeilgeoir

Riccardo Superbo, our Client Solutions Engineer in the Professional Services Team at KantanMT, is a language ‘fanatic,’ if we may say so ourselves. With thorough knowledge of five languages, he has recently undertaken the mammoth task of mastering the Irish language – a commendable task, given the complexity of the language. In this blog post, Riccardo speaks about his observations and experiences of learning Gaeilge as an Italian native, living and working in Dublin. Continue reading

My TY Work Experience at KantanMT

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Amy Barter, a Transition Year Student from St. Josephs Mercy Navan spent this week learning about Machine Translation while on her TY Work Experience, 14 – 18 November 2016. We were delighted to have her in the office and really appreciated all her great help. She even had some time to blog about her experience. Continue reading

LocWorld is coming to town and we are organising a charity coastal hike to remember

Howth_bought.jpegIn the morning of 11 June, 2016, KantanMT and LocWorld will kick-off the Howth Coastal Flag Challenge and Treasure Hunt, to raise money for Translators without Borders. A number of companies including Lionbridge, Vistatec, Matrix and MultiLingual have already signed up to join this charity hike, which promises to be a fun-filled, activity-centric and dynamic event. Continue reading

Industry Leader Meets Academia: KantanMT Interviews Prof. Andy Way on MT’s Future and More

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Following the announcement of a direct collaboration of KantanLabs and the ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology, we got in touch with Professor Andy Way from the School of Computing in Dublin City University and  ADAPT Centre to ask him about innovations in the field of automated translations as well as his thoughts on the engagement between KantanLabs and ADAPT. Continue reading