This month, we have several highlights for you to catch up on — such as our presentation on MT for ‘massively multilingual’ companies, 24 new languages from Alibaba, a new provider in the catalog, and more. Enjoy!
🌎 Our strategies to boost language accessibility for ‘massively multilingual’ companies
🗣 Huge influx of languages from Alibaba, 24 of which are new to the Intento Catalog
🤖 Ubiqus is now available in the Intento API
📝 DeepL offers glossary support for English to/from Dutch
📊 The inside scoop on developing the 2022 State of Machine Translation Report
🚀 Get insights to start 2023 strong at SlatorCon Remote
📚 Other news from throughout the AI and MT communities
Implementing language accessibility programs for global companies
Maintaining language inclusivity in the digital workplace can be a significant challenge for global companies — but mastering language inclusivity is a huge step towards making your enterprise ‘world-ready.’
In this post, we share our strategies for adapting to an increasingly multilingual team using Intento’s unmatched interoperability and inclusive design choices for an unbeatable ROI.
Check it out here.
24 new languages from Alibaba
The Intento MT Catalog leverages cutting-edge AI to keep you up to date on the latest changes to the MT landscape. This past month, our tech spotted a huge influx of new languages from Alibaba — and 24 are new to Intento.
Here are the new offerings:
nch: Central Huasteca Nahuatl
ngu: Guerrero Nahuatlhup: Hupa
se: Northern Sami
Ubiqus is the latest provider added to the Intento API
You can use Ubiqus for around 260 language pairs — including Hong Kong Chinese (zh-hk)– in Intento tools and connectors. In-domain models (including public models) are available by model name, as can custom models.
To use Ubiqus with Intento, you would need to have a contract with Ubiqus and connect your account to Intento. Check it out to see how adding another provider can help you enhance your business’ MT program.
A full list of providers can be found here.
DeepL now supports glossaries for English to Dutch and Dutch to English.
Glossary updates are a quick and easy way to manage the terminology specific to your company, whether that’s product names, DNT abbreviations, specialist and ad-hoc terminology, etc.
Developing the 2022 State of Machine Translation Report
Loving the State of Machine Translation 2022 report — or curious about what all the fuss is about?
At AMTA 2022 in Orlando, Intento CEO Konstantin Savenkov and e2f CEO Michel Lopez broke down the data selection and preparation process, the report methodology, principal scores to rely on when studying MT outcomes, and the main report outcomes (best performing MT engines for every language/domain combination).
If you missed his lecture, read the full summary here.
‘Machine Optimism in Uncertain Times’ coming to SlatorCon Remote
Konstantin Savenkov will be taking to the SlatorCon stage to hit key points to consider entering into the new year. You can expect the following:
- What 2022 has brought to the MT/AI table and how global enterprises are utilizing the new technology to address today’s challenges.
- The main bottlenecks of the enterprise adopting new language technologies and the crucial value drivers and sources of ROI noted across the broad Intento customer base.
- Intento’s annual State of Machine Translation report findings and trending topics.
- The economic downturn, the rise of AI-generated content, and how they may shape the language technology landscape in 2023.
More updates from the AI/MT community
- Tarjama Launches Free Machine Translation for Arabic Business Language
- Digital Revolutionizes Data-Driven Reimbursement
- A new ‘end-to-end speech’ ASR benchmark, ESB, has been published by researchers with Hugging Face.
- OpenAI has made DALL-E available as an API, making it easier to integrate image generation directly into different apps and products
- Mubert has released a video demo demonstrating prompt-based music generation
- Meta AI has announced the launch of the universal speech translator (UST) project