The combination of dynamic user-generated content and multilingual aspects is particularly prominent in Wiki sites. Wikis have gained increased popularity over the last few years as a means of collaborative content creation as they allow users to set up and edit web pages directly. A growing number of organizations use Wikis as an efficient means to provide and maintain information across several sites. Currently, multilingual Wikis rely on users to manually translate different Wiki pages on the same subject. This is not only a time-consuming procedure but also the source of many inconsistencies, as users update the different language versions separately, and every update would require translators to compare the different language versions and synchronize the updates. The overall aim of the CoSyne project is to automate the dynamic multilingual synchronization process of Wikis.
Our pick of the week by @lina97337786: "Towards a Deep Understanding of Multilingual End-to-End Speech Translation" by @hrsun42, @YikunLei et al., Findings EMNLP 2023.
#NLP #NLProc #EMNLP2023 #speech #translation #multilingual
🎉 AI-GAP workshop wrapped up yesterday!
Huge thanks to the participants, speakers, and organizers -- we were very happy, as you can see :)
@donatellado @BeatriceSavoldi @costanzalfieri @ECappu Clara Punzi & Laura State
🎊 I'm very happy to share that the paper "Direct Speech Translation for Automatic Subtitling" accepted by the #TACL journal is now published and available at:
#NLP #NLProc #subtitling #speech #translation
📢 @BeatriceSavoldi from @fbk_mt (@FBK_research) is co-organizing the AI GAP Workshop, held in collaboration with @Unipisa, @univaq, and @scuolanormale!
👉 Check the website for more information:
#AI #ArtificialIntelligence #AlgorithmicBias