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Neur.on’s research project supported by Innosuisse will be carried out in collaboration with the Institute of Complex Systems iCoSys of the College of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg – HEIA-FR, with the aim of bringing secure, reliable and efficient AI translation to both Switzerland and the world.
We will apply innovative zero and few-shot learning approaches to specialized legal and financial NLP-models, efficiently integrating user feed-back when reviewing machine translation results.
With this funding, we’ll be able to further develop the technical tools needed to create complex AI translation tools that are easy and accessible to legal and financial professionals.
Thank you Innosuisse for your support!
In their day-to-day practice, lawyers are confronted with a large number of documents in paper or PDF-format: court decisions, briefs of the opposing party, exhibits, hard copies of articles of association… We are proud to offer the first solution on the Swiss market that allows them to translate these documents instantly, without prior manual conversion.
Meet the team behind our legaltech translation solution and receive firsthand insights from the video on our Innosuisse Datalambic project between iCoSys and Hieronymus.
Paula Reichenberg, Gründerin von LexMachina, gibt in ihrem Interview mit der Übersetzungsconsultingfirma Language Box einen ersten Einblick in die Funktionsweise und verrät, weshalb eine Maschine den Job eines Übersetzers trotz allem nicht ersetzen kann.
We are proud to be a member of the legaltech community in Switzerland, helping lawyers all over the country to work more efficiently.
LexMachina is the first Neural Machine Translation (NMT) solution specialized in Swiss law and directly available to Swiss lawyers. Hosted entirely in Switzerland and following the strictest data security standards, LexMachina allows lawyers to comply with all applicable “Security by Design” requirements.
AMTA is one of the most important machine translation industry conferences, which brings together experts and practitioners from research, industry, and academia.
The 14th biennial conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas AMTA held virtually on October 6-9, 2020 featured three main tracks – Research, Commercial, and Government, each dedicated to a respective area in machine translation research, commercial application, and government use. Over the course of three days, AMTA brought together experts and practitioners from research, industry, and academia, who shared the latest updates on leading-edge R&D in Machine Translation and presented and discussed real-world use cases.
Hieronymus was delighted to be a speaker at AMTA 2020 Virtual.
Together with Rubén Martinez and Mārcis Pinnis from Tilde, Paula Reichenberg shared insights from developing the first neural machine translation engine for the Swiss legal and financial market.
Discover more about LexMachina’s client-centric and innovative approach at AMTA 2020 VIRTUAL, the biennial conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas. Join our 30 minute presentation “Enhance CX with Neural Machine Translation Technology” on Thursday October 8, 7 p.m. CET (10 a.m. PDT).
Our Swiss criminal law sub-engine is now available. Sub-engines, classified by legal area, ensure greater terminological accuracy. Other sub-engines (financial law, tax law, articles of association, general terms and conditions, etc.) are also under development and will be made available to our clients as soon as possible.
LexMachina now offers you the opportunity to order review services directly from your client interface. The translators proposed to you are selected according to the legal area of the document to be translated. Thanks to the chat function available in the interface, you can also communicate directly with the translator to ensure a result that best fits your expectations.
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