Progress of the PRINCIPLE Project: Promoting MT for Croatian, Icelandic, Irish and Norwegian

Andy Way, Petra Bago, Jane Dunne, Federico Gaspari, Andre Kåsen, Gauti Kristmannsson, Helen McHugh, Jon Arild Olsen, Dana Davis Sheridan, Páraic Sheridan, John Tinsley


Abstract
This paper updates the progress made on the PRINCIPLE project, a 2-year action funded by the European Commission under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme. PRINCIPLE focuses on collecting high-quality language resources for Croatian, Icelandic, Irish and Norwegian, which have been identified as low-resource languages, especially for building effective machine translation (MT) systems. We report initial achievements of the project and ongoing activities aimed at promoting the uptake of neural MT for the low-resource languages of the project.
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Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation
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2020
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Andy Way, Petra Bago, Jane Dunne, Federico Gaspari, Andre Kåsen, Gauti Kristmannsson, Helen McHugh, Jon Arild Olsen, Dana Davis Sheridan, Páraic Sheridan, and John Tinsley. 2020. Progress of the PRINCIPLE Project: Promoting MT for Croatian, Icelandic, Irish and Norwegian. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation, pages 465–466, Lisboa, Portugal. European Association for Machine Translation.
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Progress of the PRINCIPLE Project: Promoting MT for Croatian, Icelandic, Irish and Norwegian (Way et al., EAMT 2020)
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