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Machine translation researchers come together in Tampere

Published on 8.6.2023
Tampere University
The annual conference of the European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT) will take place in Tampere June 12–15. A total of 200 people will attend the conference, which will be located in Finland for the first time in the EAMT conference’s 30-year history.

The EAMT conference brings together researchers, vendors and practitioners to discuss the latest developments and research on machine translation and its users. The first 3 days of the conference will consist of presentations and posters about technologies, evaluation, and the use of MT in organizations and by translators and other users. The 4th day will showcase 1 tutorial and 4 different workshops focusing on topics such as post-editing, gender bias in MT, technologies for sign language interpreting, community-driven MT development, and language generation from multiple perspectives . Attendees will come from all corners of Europe as well as North America, Asia and the Middle East. Attendance for the main conference includes on-site or ’hybrid light’ options; the tutorials and workshops are on-site only. See the conference website for details.  

The European Association for Machine Translation serves the growing community of people interested in MT and translation tools, including users, developers, and researchers of this increasingly viable technology. For more, see . The local organisers of the conference are Tampere University and the University of Eastern Finland. 

More information: Mary Nurminen (mary.nurminen [at]