CLARIN Impact Story: MATEO

Publication Date: 2023-10-03

A new open-source tool making Machine Translation Evaluation accessible

Funded by a CLARIN Bridging Gaps grant, a team from Ghent University has developed a new tool to enable easy access to machine translation evaluation for both experts and non-experts: MATEO (MAchine Translation Evaluation Online).

With the rapid developments in machine translation in recent years, improved evaluation methods are needed in order to determine which translation system is best for a given dataset, language pair or domain. This need has been adressed with the new open-source tool.

Read the entire CLARIN impact story about MATEO here:

Researchers from Switzerland can also apply for CLARIN funding:

MATEO is hosted by the Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal, the CLARIN-B centre for Belgium. An online launch event is going to be held on Friday 13/10/2023 at 14.00, in which Dr. Bram Vanroy, the developer of MATEO will present and demonstrate the tool. Registration is necessary.

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