In this post Pat Nagle, our Project Manager at KantanMT speaks about Neural MT and the importance of using high quality data while training MT engines. He delves deep into the various ways in which KantanMT data can be used in order to get the best translation output. Continue reading
KantanMT recently launched a new interface. In this blog Laura Casanellas, Product Manager at KantanMT explores the reasons behind the change and talks about the new functionalities that have been added.
Peter Coyle, a Transition Year student from Blackrock College spent a week at KantanMT, learning about the language and localization industry and the KantanMT technology. We were delighted to have him in our office and really appreciated the hard work he put in during his time here. While Peter had a packed schedule over the week, he found some time to blog about his TY work experience with us. Read his opinion about KantanMT, the ever-changing world of technology and his key takeaways from the work experience.
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 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
Last year, while walking down the memory lane, we made an almost clairvoyant comment. We said,
“we can’t wait to start working on everything that we have planned for 2016 – we are certain that the new year is going to be even more exciting for us.”
And boy, has it been exciting! We have done so much – been to so many places! Between creating brilliant new features, researching the next level of technology innovation, accepting awards, making new partnerships, raising money for charity and attending trade fairs, shows and seminars, the team here at KantanMT has been busier than Santa’s little elves this year! Continue reading
We are absolutely delighted to have our innovative automated translation technology recognised at the annual Irish Software Association (ISA) industry awards last weekend. We were shortlisted in this category with 4 other extremely innovative and highly motivated companies – AdaptiveMobile, Escher Group, Oneview Healthcare and TDS Life-Safety, and we are very grateful to all our clients and partners for helping us win this award. Continue reading
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
KantanMT was recently announced as a finalist in three out of eight categories of the Irish Software Awards 2016 (ISA 2016); ‘Emerging Company of the Year’, ‘Technology Innovation of the Year’ and ‘Outstanding Achievement in International Growth’. This is very exciting news for us, and our success has only been made possible thanks to our brilliantly supportive clients and partners. The announcement led us to walk down the memory lane, and think about things that we did right over the past couple of years.
We would like to share some basic principles that we followed as a company, which helped us succeed and made us one of the most recognisable brands, not only within the translation and localization industry, but also within the wider Software Service scene.
If you are in a start-up mode, these pointers will help you achieve full commercial exploitation within the span of a year: Continue reading