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EU-funded machine translation project presents results and demonstrates a cheaper solution compared to market leaders in translating from Dutch, German, Greek or Spanish into English


The European Union now has 23 official languages. That means documents written in one language may need to be translated into any of 22 others, a total of 253 possible language pairs. Small wonder that the institutions of the European Union, and organisations dealing with international commerce, among others, have a keen interest in automating the process where they can.

Feb 15, 2008 12:00 AM

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