CTS will be present at TRITON 2021
Several members of the Centre for Translation Studies (CTS) will participate in the upcoming TRITON 2021 conference.
TRITON is an online conference which covers diverse topics on Technologies for Translation and Interpretation. In 2021, the conference will be running from 5th to 7th July, and we are happy to announce that several CTS members will be present there.
Here is a short summary of the dates and talks involving CTS members during the conference (all times are GMT):
5th July (6:30-8:00pm) - Félix do Carmo
Tutorial - Is automatic post-editing the end of the line for the “human-in-the-loop”?
6th July (8:00-9:00am) - Hadeel Saadany and Constantin Orasan
Parallel Session 1 - BLEU, METEOR, BERTScore: Evaluation of Metrics Performance in Assessing Critical Translation Errors in Sentiment-oriented Text
6th July (5:00-6:00pm) - Sabine Braun
KEYNOTE SESSION 7 - Advancing research on distance interpreting for the post-pandemic age
7th July (10:30-11:30am) - Elena Davitti
KEYNOTE SESSION 11 - Hybrid practices for real-time interlingual communication via speech recognition: the SMART project
For more information, check the full conference programme.
Prof Sabine BraunProfessor of Translation Studies, Director of the Centre for Translation Studies, Co-Director (FASS) of the Surrey Institute for People-Centred Artificial Intelligence