The CRACKER project, under the Cracking the Language Barrier federation, is launching a survey to hear your views on the shape and future of the language technologies landscape in Europe.
Following the Connecting Europe Facility 2016 call for proposals, the list of those selected for funding has now been published.
The European Digital Single market is still very much hampered by language barriers. While much has been done in this area, further research is needed to develop technologies that meet the real needs of the language industry.
The Commission's new machine translation system based on statistical machine translation (SMT) methods promises high quality machine translation in a large number of languages.