Taking the MT decision: selection, build-out and hosting
Showcasing the industry's innovations
Want to ride the machine translation tidal wave?
Will there be a thousand Moses MT systems?
Machine translation and Asian languages
Moses: Commodity creates opportunity
Moses takes TAUS to Beijing (through MosesCore)
Moses Showcases at Localization World in Paris (through MosesCore)
Six Moses machine translation use cases (through MosesCore)
Does Moses have a future? (through MosesCore)
Moses MT - Collaboration beats Fragmentation (through MosesCore)
Presentations from the TAUS Open Source MT Showcases and MT Showcases are supported by the European Commission Grant Number 288487 under the 7th Framework Programme.
For more information, please check the EC initiative on MosesCore.
Vancouver, 29 October 2014
Dublin, 4 June 2014
Santa Clara, 10 October 2013
London, 12 June 2013
Singapore, 10 April 2013
Seattle, 17 October 2012
Paris, 4 June 2012
Beijing, 23 April 2012
Monaco, 25 March 2012
Manager's Guide to Implementing Open Source SMT
How to Implement Open Source MT Solutions
Moses Users: Experiences and future requirements
Moses Users: Changing priorities (through MosesCore)
Moses Users: Finding Common Ground (through MosesCore)
Moses Industry Roundtables bring together the Moses developer community and Moses users from industry and governments to discuss common challenges and opportunities for cooperation to tackle common issues.
Moses Industry Roundtable, 26 October 2014, Vancouver, Canada
At the first Moses Industry Roundtable last year, TAUS brought together the Moses developer community and Moses users from industry and governments to discuss common challenges and opportunities for cooperation to tackle common issues. By collocating the roundtable at AMTA 2014 with the following TAUS and Localization World conferences this year, we intend to give the broadest possible audience the opportunity to participate and continue the conversation.
TAUS Moses Roundtable, 11 September 2013, Prague, Czech Republic
The presentation from the Moses Roundtable in Prague covers the talks and summarize the discussions whether industrial users of Moses could cooperate.
Moses MT: Collaboration Beats Fragmentation, 3 December 2013, Prague, Czech Republic (Report)
This tutorial will equip you with the know-how to make informed decisions about how to implement the Moses open source MT solution. It covers the full cycle from data preparation to tuning your engine to integration with your localization workflow.
The intended audiences are:
- Localization engineers at language service providers
- Software engineers at translation buyers
- Software developers new to machine translation
- Students of machine translation
Although the tutorial is focused on Moses, some modules, such as principles of SMT, those related to data and MT evaluation, are useful even if you buy a vendor solution and chose not to implement Moses yourself.
To follow the whole tutorial you need a basic knowledge of Linux/Unix administration. You must be able to operate command line tools.
Following this tutorial you will:
- Have a basic understanding of the principles of machine translation
- Have an overview of available open source tools for MT
- Understand the capabilities and benefits of the Moses open-source MT system
- Understand the options to obtain and deploy Moses
- Understand how a Moses MT system can be trained and optimized using available training data
- Understand how a trained Moses MT system can be integrated into an existing localization workflow and estimate the effort required
- Be able to compare Moses to other available MT systems
- Understand how to get support for Moses and how to contribute to the OSS project
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