We’re hosting three days of talks, live demos, and workshops focusing on automated content analysis, meta data generation, summarization, translation, subtiling, voice-overs, and related topics.
November 20th is dedicated to EU H2020 project SUMMA (which is about building a multilingual media monitoring platform for enterprise use) and HLT concepts and use cases in general. SUMMA user day will have more of a conference character and include an industry experts panel. It’s also the official release day of SUMMA as an open source tool.
November 21st and 22nd will feature both SUMMA and DNI project news.bridge (which aims to make audiovisual content available in virtually any language). These two days will have more of a barcamp character, with several hands-on sessions for smaller groups.
There is a chance to join a tour of the DW building on November 20th.
For a more detailed agenda (including business lunch and networking sessions), please follow this link.
To register for SUMMA user day, please head over to Eventbrite.
To register for the Language Technology Hands-on Days (#lthodays18), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (first come first served policy due to limited space)
We're looking forward to seeing you in Bonn!