More than 60 papers accepted for AMTA conference

The American Machine Translation Association (AMTA), has published the conference programme, which includes the 64 papers that were accepted by the content committee.

AMTA conference* will take place on September 12-16 as a 5-day global conference for machine translation users and researchers in Orlando (FL), USA.

Topics for the conference include: MT evaluation, deep learning, data filtering and manipulation, low-resource models, MT impact on business, domain-specific MT, sign language MT, chat translation, search translation, non-referential models for MT quality forecasting, use cases for large language models, sustainability in MT, automatic dubbing and interpretation, and large-scale government deployments.

The event will welcome experts from: 

  • Enterprise organizations such as: Microsoft, META, Amazon, eBay, LinkedIn Corp, Flipkart, Visa Research;
  • Government agencies: US Department of Defense, Translation Bureau of Canada; Ministry of Communications and Information of Singapore, National Virtual Translation Center;
  • Universities: Johns Hopkins University, Dublin City University, University of Edinburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Universitat Politècnica de València;
  • Technology solutions: Systran,TransPerfect, Welocalize, Translated, Lilt, Unbabel, Intento.

Learn more and register HERE

*EUATC Network Members wishing to attend should apply for a special discount by emailing: