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Hindi to Punjabi machine translation software

As reported by the Hindustan Times, the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and the Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) of the Indian government have hosted the first  Hindi to Punjabi machine translation software, overcoming several of Moses initial limitations. The web-interface program has not been released to the public yet. It is a long…

Empowering Users with Machine Translation Technology – Manuel Herranz Guest Speaker at TTT Conference

Manuel Herranz, as a representative from PangeaMT is an invited speaker at Iolar’s TTT conference in Bled (Slovenia) 23rd-24th October, 2014. The conference gathers experts in several key areas to translation experts, from terminology, machine translation technology, sales, translations associations, etc.  Well-known figures such as Renato Beninatto, Stefan Gentz, Anne-Marie Colliander Lind, and the President…

PangeaMT collaborates with machine translation EU program Casmacat

As part of Pangeanic’s machine translation division, collaborates with machine translation EU program Casmacat, a next-generation workbench being developed by leading machine translation and pattern-recognition authorities such as University of Edinburgh’s Prof. Philipp Koehn, Valencia’s Polytechnic’s Prof. Francisco Casacuberta and Copenhagen Business School Prof. Michael Carl. “I’m very excited to align Pangeanic’s experienc with the…

Portuguese Machine Translation Engine

It has been a successful day at PangeaMT today and we completed the successful re-training of a large software-related Brazilian Portuguese engine. This is one of our largest engines with around 18 million unique segments (sentences) for training. It is so large that it even can translate into other fields not related to software when we…