Getting to the Promised Land of Machine Translation
by Donald A. DePalma
January 03, 2012
January 03, 2012

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Until a few years ago, anyone wanting to use machine translation (MT) had to buy it from a commercial supplier or build it themselves (see “Trends in Machine Translation,” Oct11). Then along came the Moses decoder, an open-source statistical MT (SMT) engine birthed by a developer of a commercial engine and various universities and institutes. It is shared at Github. Since then, there has been innovation along the entire spectrum of do-it-yourself (DIY) to “we will do it all for you.” This brief outlines the emerging ecosystem of Moses.

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