Let’s talk about the future of Europe! Participatory Democracy powered by eTranslation

2021-04-29 12:00
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What do you expect the future of Europe to look like? What would be important to you and what are your concerns? A platform to support the Conference on the Future of Europe opened on 19 April. This platform allows all EU citizens to engage in a multilingual discussion on topics directly concerned with shaping the future of Europe.

CEF Building Block Dashboards update: Significant increase in translation requests processed by eTranslation

2021-04-21 12:00
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Every three months, the CEF Dashboards give an update on the uptake, service availability and the financial management of Building Blocks, Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) and Connectivity initiatives of the CEF Telecom Programme and provide information about the reuse of the CEF Building Blocks.

Europeana Translate – Towards multilinguality of European digital cultural heritage

2021-04-21 12:00
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Starting in May 2021, the project “Europeana Translate” will connect the two Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) Europeana and Automated Translation to improve the usability of heritage resources. The Generic Services project is coordinated by the National Technical University of Athens (Greece) and will run from May 2021 to April 2023.

The 5th ELRC Conference: Europe needs multilingualism

2021-03-17 12:00

Exactly one week ago, people from all across Europe (and beyond) got together for the Fifth ELRC Conference. More than 450 participants from a variety of sectors, including European SMEs, public services as well as representatives from research and the LT industry joined the virtual event. This set a new record and marked a huge success for ELRC, showing the increasing awareness on the importance of language data and language technology.

The state-of-the-art NLU model for Polish: successful cooperation between academia and industry

2021-03-17 12:00
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Too often, research is hindered by a lack of cooperation between academia and industry. Different goals, priorities, the way of working, and last but not least financial conditions make it difficult to reconcile these two worlds and work together on a single project. However, when they overcome the obstacles synergy appears and great results are achieved.