November 1, 2016

Tilde presented the results of a large post-editing study at the Association of Machine Translation in the Americas (AMTA) conference in Austin, Texas, on October 28-November 1.

The presentation, delivered by Tilde's Business Develoment Manager Rihards Kalniņš, described the findings of a large post-editing project in the medical domain carried out by Tilde. The study analyzes the efficacy of post-editing highly technical texts in a specialized domain, and provides answers to questions important to localization service providers that are considering the introduction of post-editing in their translation workflows.

AMTA 2016 is the twelfth biennial conference organized by the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas. The AMTA conferences are unique in bringing together MT researchers, developers, and users of MT technology from government and industry. This year, the conference featured keynote presentations and lectures by representatives of Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, DARPA, SDL, Etsy, Booking.com, and many other organizations.