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MT Series: Who Owns My Language Data

25 February 2020, 5 pm CET 


The digital age is giving copyright laws and data ownership laws a hard time. In localization, the use of new technologies like machine translation or text/data processing tools creates uncertainties about ‘data ownership’ or control, (re)usability and access to/transfer of data, and liability arising from the use of data. In this live webinar, we will cover those questions and present some  real-life scenarios:

  1. Can Anyone Own Language (Data)? (TAUS)
  2. The approach to data ownership in web-scale crawling project such as Paracrawl or in WMT tasks, by Philipp Koehn (John Hopkins University, University of Edinburgh)