Introduction to GenAI in Localization
04 October 2023, 13:00 to 18:00
Little America Hotel, Salt Lake City (USA)
This workshop provides an intensive introduction to generative AI for localization executives. Learn how to implement ChatGPT and its counterparts, and take the first step to transform your localization team into a center of excellence in language models.
Gen AI Landscape:
gain insights into the emerging landscape of language models, including OpenAI, HuggingFace, Nvidia, Microsoft, Google, Cohere, Steamship, and others.
Use Cases and Applications:
explore scenarios where language models come into play in localization and other departments.
Governance and Risk Management:
equip yourself with methods to evaluate and score risk, avoid data leaks, and mitigate output inaccuracies.
Experts will review 4-7 case studies from localization teams inside global brands implementing OpenAI technology. Follow the peer analysis of the organizational impact and pitfalls and consider bringing your own use case to benefit from a multi-perspective analysis.
The session requires no prior technical knowledge of generative AI, only an overall understanding of localization. The program is tailored to non-developer executives who are building up their understanding and resources in language AI.
Project Managers tasked with evaluating and implementing GPT-4 and alternatives.
Conversational AI and global content specialists.
Warm-up and participant introduction
Emerging GenAI landscape overview
- Landscape components: model builders, prompting environments, data pipelines, leaderboards.
- Ecosystems (OpenAI & Microsoft, Nvidia, Meta, Hugging Face, others).
- Open-source models to adapt.
Konstantin Dranch, Custom.MT
Enterprise Use Cases: replace or augment current tools/process.
- in localization and global content
- non-content departments
Participant questions and cases
- Case study 1: US Courts & Schools – Bridget Hylak, TongueTek Language Consulting
- Case study 2: Extensive ChatGPT testing at the LSD Church - Adam Youngfiel, Head of Globalization The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Wayne Bouler, Dell.
- Designing better prompts
- Practical factors: cost, implementation effort, quality gains, and user experience
- Experiment results – what works and what doesn’t
Julien Didier, Transperfect
LLM Customization and Fine-Tuning
- Fine-tuning methods
- Empirical outcomes
- Datasets and other resources required
Manuel Herranz, Pangeanic
The workshop will be held at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City, on Wednesday 4 October 2023 (the pre-conference day of the TAUS Annual Conference).
Get in touch to find out more about group discounts.
Note that Pre-conference Sessions are not included in the TAUS Annual Conference registration fee.
GenAI in Localization
Early Bird Ticket.
Registration for 1 person.
The TAUS Annual Conference is the place where key globalization and language stakeholders from the tech industry, global enterprises and their solution providers meet to benchmark strategies.
Quality Estimation Workshop
A joint initiative between the main providers of Quality Estimation or Quality Prediction, TAUS and ModelFront. Participants in this workshop will learn firsthand from technical leaders in these companies and their customers about the sustainable approach and real-world implementations.
Unleashing the Power of SeamlessM4T
Join this tutorial to stay up to date with the latest developments in speech technology and unlock the full potential of scaling speech translation, enabling effective communication in an interconnected world.
Organized and hosted by the Facebook AI Research team.
This workshop is hosted by Custom.MT in partnership with TAUS.
Konstantin Dranch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kate Vostokova (email@example.com)
Communications and announcements.
Please email Konstantin to propose a talk or submit a case study for the event.