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Thu Jun 03 2010

Confs: Translation, Computational Ling/USA

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        1.    Bev Corwin, Association for Machine Translation in the Americas

Message 1: Association for Machine Translation in the Americas
Date: 03-Jun-2010
From: Bev Corwin <webmasteramtaweb.org>
Subject: Association for Machine Translation in the Americas
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Association for Machine Translation in the Americas
Short Title: AMTA 2010

Date: 31-Oct-2010 - 05-Nov-2010
Location: Denver , CO, USA
Contact: Pricsilla Rasmussen
Contact Email: amta2010amtaweb.org
Meeting URL: http://amta2010.amtaweb.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Translation

Meeting Description:

The Ninth Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas
will be held October 31¬óNovember 5, 2010 in Denver, Colorado, immediately
following the ATA conference. AMTA-2010 will take place immediately following
the 51st Annual Conference of the American Translators Association (ATA), also
taking place in Denver, October 27-30. The two conferences are planning multiple
coordinated events around joint topics of interest. These are designed to
deepen MT researchers' and developers' understanding of the needs of the
commercial translation industry and human translators, while also fostering
translators' understanding of modern MT technology and the role of advanced
translation automation in commercial translation processes.

In addition to a research track, the main AMTA-2010 conference program will
include presentation tracks for government and commercial users of MT and a
'Technology Showcase' of commercial and research-stage MT technology. The
research program will include a peer-reviewed competitive 'Student Research
Workshop' designed to highlight and foster the work of the next generation of MT
researchers. Tutorials will be held on Sunday, October 31, and workshops will
take place primarily on Thursday and Friday, November 4-5

Additional information is available on the website:

http://amta2010.amtaweb.org/
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