The End ... Not Quite!
The MosesCore project ended on January 31st, 2015. However the activities don't end here. Moses continues to go from strength to strength with the latest release at the end of the project. The MT Marathons will continue for the next two years in Prague, supported by the H2020 project Cracker and rebranded as "QT Marathons". WMT 2015 will be partly supported by MosesCore, and the next two will be supported by Cracker. And TAUS will continue to support the global translation industry - catch up with them on their website
Official Release of Moses, V3.0
We're excited about the new version of Moses, the final one supported by MosesCore.
Multlingual Data Value Chains
On 16 January 2015, director of TAUS Jaap van der Meer took part in the Workshop on Multilingual Data Value Chains in the Digital Single Market, organized by EC representatives in Brussels.
Check the presentation to learn more
Moses Goes to India
On 18-21 December 2014 Consortium partners Matthias Huck and Hieu Hoang presented the Moses tutorial at the ICON conference in Goa, India. With the help of Nadir Durrani they gave two-day workshops to students and researchers at IIT-Bombay, Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, Punjabi Unversity, IIIT-Hyderabad
Learn more about ICON 2014
Annual Public Report
The latest Annual Public Report is now available.
Machine Translation Marathon 2014
The 2014 MTM will take place in Trento, Italy from 8-13 September, hosted by FBK
Official Release of Moses, V2.1
It is a pleasure to announce the official release of Moses, version 2.1. It's taken a year to do and there's lots of changes.
TAUS Machine Translation Showcases 2014
We are happy to announce that the next MT Showcase will take place at the Localization World pre-conference day on June 2014.
Mark the date and stay tuned. See you in Dublin! Details
Moses was the subject of a recent article in the University of Edinburgh's
TAUS Developing Talent
As some of you might already know, in September 2012 TAUS launched a student project called TAUS Developing Talent. It involves postgraduate students from universities all over the world in the process of data preparation, Machine Translation engines training/optimization/testing and translation quality evaluation. Before the end of 2013 we have decided to put 10 reports submitted this year together and publish them in a yearbook. Almost all the reports are based on the Moses experiments.
The first yearbook is publicly available on TAUS Labs. Details
WMT 2014 Task Descriptions
This year we have news translation, quality estimation, metrics and medical translation. Details
Moses User Survey 2013
As a part of the MosesCore project, we would like to understand the current level of Moses adoption and identify the influence of the MosesCore project on the MT community. It is only with your input that we can ensure the growing success of the Moses SMT toolkit. Please respond by December 20. Go to Survey
The 2013 Annual Public Report is now available.
Thanks to everyone that attended another successful MT Marathon in Prague
Videos of the presentations are available here
MT Summit Tutorial
Philipp Koehn and Hieu Hoang will be presenting a tutorial at MT Summit 2013 Open Source Statistical Machine Translation
WMT 2013 Evaluation Campaign Translation Task submissions received.
The WMT 2013 translation task received 179 submitted runs, across 10 language pairs. Nearly 1 million human judgements on these were collected, and the results reported at the workshop.
TAUS Moses Survey: towards the excellence of the O/S MT solution
Help to determine priorities for the next release of Moses. Complete the survey
Moses SMT Toolkit Version 1.0 Released
Free Open Source Machine Translation Tutorial made available by TAUS
TAUS Events Calendar
The TAUS events calendar for 2013 is available, including the MosesCore sponsored industrial outreach events in Singapore, London, Prague and Santa Clara.
WMT13 Accepted as ACL Workshop
The Eighth Workshop in Statistical Machine Translation has been accepted as an ACL workshop and will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria on the 8th and 9th of August 2013.
Annual Public Report
The MosesCore Year 1 Public Report is now available.
Philipp Koehn and Hieu Hoang will be presenting a tutorial at AMTA Open Source Statistical Machine Translation
Hieu Hoang, the original developer of Moses, has joined the MosesCore project as the Moses Coordinator.
The 2012 Machine Translation Marathon will be held in Edinburgh, from September 3rd-8th.
MosesCore launched on February 1st, 2012 with €1.2 funding under the EU's Framework 7 Programme
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