Dr. John Kelleher to speak at at the European Translation Forum

Dr. John Kelleher, from the School of Computing at Dublin Institute of Technology has been invited to present his talk on machine learning at the upcoming 'Translating Europe Forum' in Brussels. Dr Kelleher will give his talk entitled 'Fundamentals of Machine Learning for Machine Translation' on Thursday the 27th October. His talk will be part of the NMT@Work Neural Machine Translation workshop which is part of a wider two day forum on translation tools and technologies within the European Union. 

The Translating Europe Forum aims to bring together translation stakeholders in Europe to discuss topics of common interest such as skills, employability, professionalisation, quality, tools, and to promote cooperation between stakeholders. Its aim is to increase the visibility of the translation profession and to stimulate dialogue and projects of common interest.

Dr. John D Kelleher is a lecturer in the School of Computing at the Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland. His research interests include machine translation, natural language processing, machine learning, artificial intelligence and cognitive systems. John is the manager of the Applied Intelligence Research Centre (http://ditairc.ie/) and is a Funded Investigator at the ADAPT Research Centre (http://adaptcentre.ie/). In 2015 John co-authored the textbook “Fundamentals of Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics” published by MIT Press. 

The Translating Europe Forum can be streamed live via their website:

DIT School of Computing, 24th October2016. For further information please contact John Kelleher (john.kelleher@dit.ie)
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