Our mother tongue shapes each and every one of us, but it is multilingualism and the knowledge of other languages that opens up new horizons. In our globalised world, seamless communication is essential to be able to exchange information across borders - even if we do not speak the same language. Language technology enables us to communicate without borders: It can build the necessary bridge between national and linguistic borders, thus strengthening inclusion and cohesion across Europe in a sustainable way.
In today's world, language technology is becoming more and more important and an ever-increasing part of our private and professional lives. We search for information using search engines, we use voice commands to control our mobile phones or use automatic translation to translate texts which sound interesting to us.
But which language technologies can help us to simplify our everyday work and to process multilingual information in a quick and easy way? And what can we expect from artificial intelligence and language technology in the future? All this – and much more – will be discussed at the 2nd CEF eTranslation conference on 14.10.2020 from 09:30 am to 03:30 pm CEST. True to the conference motto "Tools and Services for a Multilingual Europe", the online event will provide insights into intelligent eTranslation applications and the latest tools to support multilingualism. These include anonymisation, speech recognition and text-to-speech systems.
Further information and details about the programme can be found on the event website. To participate in this free online event, please register here.
If you have any questions about the 2nd eTranslation conference, please contact the conference team by phone (+49 681 85775 5285) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).