AMTA is an association of researchers and users of machine translation technologies. We organize conferences every other year to create a forum where people can exchange experiences and ideas to improve these technologies and use them more effectively. This web site gathers information about these conferences and our accumulated experience about these technologies.
Welcome to the AMTA website!
Back to the Main Conference page Contact: Jen Doyon (email@example.com) Government users are encouraged to contribute to MT Summit 2015... Read More »
Back to the Main Conference page Contacts: Yaser Al-Onaizan, William Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org) MT Summit XV solicits original research papers that... Read More »
Vancouver, BC, October 22-26, 2014 Main Conference Proceedings, vol. 1: MT Researchers Track Proceedings, vol. 2: MT Users Track Tutorials (Anoop... Read More »
TAUS Post-Editing Guidelines (created in partnership with CNGL): general post-editing guidelines for “good enough” and “human translation level” post-editing pricing... Read More »