Machine Translation: Methods and Limitations
What automated translators can and cannot do in helping the teaching of a second language.
Translating from different languages using tools such as 'Google Translate' has become an everyday occurrence for students of a second language, but how do these tools work, and what they can and cannot do? The speaker will review the history of the Machine Translation field, its current approach to translation, and the limitations inherent in such an approach.
Presenter: Luca Morandini
Luca Morandini has an M.Sc. in Statistics and works at the Faculty of Engineering and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne as a Cloud Architect. He gives lectures on "Cloud Computing", and "Spatial Databases" courses and is currently working on the Australian Digital Observatory research project (an ARDC-funded national project on social media).
This event is supported by the Victorian Government.
|Event Date||10/08/2022 5:00 pm|
|Event End Date||10/08/2022 6:30 pm|
|Cut off date||12/08/2022 5:00 pm|