Quality Translation 21

Project: Research project

Project Details


Quality Translation 21 is a machine translation project which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation program. Many of the languages not supported by our current technologies show common traits : they are morphologically complex, with free and diverse word order. Often there are not enough training resources and/or processing tools. Together this results in drastic drops in translation quality. The combined challenges of linguistic phenomena and resource scenarios have created a large, and under-explored, grey area in the language technology map of European languages. Combining support from key stakeholders, QT21 addressed this grey area by substantially improved statistical and machine learning based translation model, improved evaluation and continuous learning from mistakes, all with a strong focus on scalability.
Effective start/end date1/04/151/01/18


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