Ghent (Belgium), Giorgio Vassallo - The 37th edition of the “Translating and the Computer” conference will be held on November 26 and 27 of 2015 in London. The conference is expected to be an opportunity for users as well as developers of translation technologies to participate in a forum dedicated to translation and language technology.

The conference will be held over the course of two days, in which many lectures and presentations will be given simultaneously. Last year’s edition of the conference held various discussions on localisation crowdsourcing, web-based multilingual corpora, terminology management, and machine translation. Some of the specific topics discussed last year were “The Dos and Don’ts of XML document localization”, “Improving fuzzy matching through syntactic knowledge” and “Twitter Crowd Translation”, among others.

The keynote speakers for this year's edition are Richard Brooks, the CEO of K International plc (UK) and the director of the Association of Language Companies (USA) and Will Lewis, Principal Technical Program Manager at Microsoft Machine Translation and Skype Translator. The full programme for this year will soon be available on the conference's website.

Information for Possible Exhbitors 

The conference also welcomes those who may be interested in showcasing their products and services to a large audience of professionals, researchers and students. Additionally, sponsorship packages are available for purchase, which allow companies to further expose their brand by delivering a “thought leadership presentation" at the conference. Advertisements, the opportunity to hold a workshop and networking opportunities are also inlcuded in the sponsorship package. Early-bird rates for exhibitors and sponsors are still available. More information below.!sponsorssupportersexhibitors-2015/c4aw


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