FIT is taking part in the three-year QT21 project (February 2015-February 2018), which is part of the EU Horizon 2020 framework.
Led by The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, the QT21 project addresses language barriers within Europe that hinder the flow of information. Through investigation and analysis of innovative methods of machine translation, QT21 and FIT will engage translators in assessing the quality of machine translation, incorporating human judgement into the current data-driven development paradigm.
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Introduction to QT21 - 1 October 2015
Analytic metrics developed in the context of QT21 will see a harmonization of MQM and DQF into one framework, an early deliverable of the project, to define benchmarks for translation quality. Read more here