Tilde is a leading European language technology company that specializes in research and development of intelligent multilingual data processing technologies. Tildes research has been internationally acknowledged, particularly research for complex, highly inflected languages, less resourced European languages.
To enable languages in the digital age, Tilde’s research activities focus on automated translation, knowledge management, linguistic analysis, speech processing and conversational interfaces. Tilde has special expertise in research and development of language technology services for high-demand applications.
Tilde is at the forefront of research and innovation in neural, statistical, and hybrid machine translation. Tilde’s research activities in a field of automated translation has lead to market-leading machine translation systems for a wide range of languages. Recently, based on latest research results, Tilde has released the world’s first neural machine translation systems for smaller languages.
By connecting Big Data and language technologies, Tilde’s research and development team empowers companies to improve management of their knowledge base. Development of cloud-based collaborative terminology services and META-SHARE repository of language resources are just few examples of our successful work in the field.
Language technologies are the foundation of robust multilingual solutions, which can enable businesses and governments to reach across language barriers. Tilde’s long-term research activities on written language processing and linguistic analysis for highly inflected languages has resulted in the exceptional proofing tools and natural language processing technologies (e.g. morphological analyzers and taggers, syntactic parsers, named entity recognizers, etc.) for Baltic languages.
Tilde’s researchers has developed a world's first Latvian automatic speech recognition and text-to speech systems. The research result - Latvian automatic speech recognition service - is freely available as a web service. Latvian automatic speech recognition and text-to speech systems are also integrated into Tilde's products, including dictation system.
Tilde conducts in-depth research in natural human-computer interaction and creates intelligent humanlike virtual assistants, integrating artificial intelligence, language technologies, and animated 3D virtual characters. Tilde's virtual assistants provide novel ways for interaction in customer service, educational platforms, tourism and social media.
Open Data Incubator for Europe
ODINE aims to support the next generation of digital businesses and support them to fast-track the development of their products.Read more
Quality Translation 21
Project aims to develop substantially improved statistical and machine-learning based translation models for challenging languages and resource scenarios.Read more
European Language Resource Coordination
The objective of the project to identify and gather language and translation data relevant to public administration across all 30 European countries.Read more