Re: [94attendees] Recordings?

Alexandre PETRESCU <alexandre.petrescu@cea.fr> Fri, 13 November 2015 13:27 UTC

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Le 13/11/2015 13:39, Mikael Abrahamsson a écrit :
> On Fri, 13 Nov 2015, Lou Berger wrote:
>
>> We tried an ad hoc / informal test from a different provider. It got 
>> a lot right, but where it went wrong it ranged from humorous to 
>> offensive.  I believe a more formal test is being investigated...
>
> I attended a RIPE meeting a year ago. They had a person that 
> translated in real time and had text on a big screen. I talked to that 
> person, and she said that they had been working with RIPE for a long 
> time and thus had learnt a lot of the acronyms in wide use.
>
> Translation was not perfect, but still very impressive since it was 
> done in real time with a high degree of accuracy.
>
> So it might be feasible to retroactively translate sessions and the 
> result could be published weeks/months after the meeting, but I'd 
> imagine we're talking ballpark 100-500kUSD a year for this effort even 
> taking into account that the effort could be aided by automatic 
> translation, meeting minutes, recordings, jabber scribes etc to aid in 
> the final human product.
>
> Perhaps someone would be willing to sponsor some of this though, 
> because from a machine learning perspective it might be valuable data 
> for someone to improve the automatic translation service accuracy.

You mean translating while scribing?   Or voice translation like at the 
UN and EU sessions?

Earlier there was a transcriptionist (no translation) at least at the 
IETF 78 Operational Plenary on Wednesday in Maastricht.

Alex