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Tilde MT


What is Tilde MT?

Language technologies are an invaluable tool for the private or public sector to reach out and connect with its various constituents in a cost-effective and secure way. Language technologies can simplify, automate, and broaden the way public administration interacts with the public or private sector can outreach potential customers. These technologies can open up the ways for the to access information by increasing the number of available languages through machine translation. Multilingual information access among other things promotes the sale, attack investment and open new markets overcoming language barriers.
Based on the latest AI technologies, Tilde’s language technology platform can also recognize speech and read out written text. Automated speech recognition and synthesis enables people with low vision or dyslexia to use the translation tool.

The goal of a language technology platform available for the public administration or privat sector is to overcome the language barriers and provide access to services and multilingual information. This approach, in various solutions, can be applied for any language.

Benefits of Tilde MT

> Reach global audiences by providing access to multilingual information

> For general public and different communities to translate texts, documents and websites

> To ensure confidentiality, employees can securely translate texts and documents they work with

> Easy integration with various services and workflows and provision of real-time translation

Where Tilde MT is used?

Tilde’s language technology platform is developed using Neural Machine Translation (NMT) technology which is a high-powered approach to Artificial Intelligence (AI). It provides a more fluent, human-like translation. NMT also takes context into account and produces higher quality translations.
Tilde has developed NMT technology which has received global praise by winning the world’s leading machine translation competition World Machine Translation Competition for three consecutive years in 2017, 2018 and 2019 competing with such tech giants as Google and Microsoft.

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