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GoURMET project: New, free web tool allows for translation into seven low-resource languages


A street in Addis Abeba (where the official language is Amharic)

Great news from the world of HLT (that’s human language technology): In the scope of the GoURMET project, our partners at the BBC have completed a very useful tool called GoURMET translate. It helps non-expert users translate text from and into a number of low-resource languages – currently Amharic, Bulgarian, Gujarati, Kyrgyz, Serbian, Swahili and Turkish.


Tuesday, July 7th, 2020


New HLT project GoURMET to improve machine translation for low-resource languages and domains


The name sounds very haute cuisine, but the only pot the GoURMET consortium will be stirring is that of Global Under-Resourced Media Translation: Started in January 2019 and funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 program, our latest human language technology (HLT) effort is all about improving the robustness and applicability of neural machine translation (NMT) to low resource languages and domains.


Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019