The paper, entitled “Speech-to-Text Technology as a Documentation Tool for Interpreters: a new approach to compiling an ad hoc corpus and extracting terminology from video-recorded speeches” is authored by Gaber, Corpas and Omer and has been published by TRANS. Follow this link to check it: https://revistas.uma.es/index.php/trans/article/view/7876/11713
New Gloria Corpas publication in Lingua journal
You can check the paper “Constructional idioms of ‘insanity’ in English and Spanish: a corpus-based study”, published by Lingua, following this link: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1cZIN5YrUr2g9. The access is free until April 1st.
Interview with Dr. Gloria Corpas in Diario Sur
Dr. Gloria Corpas Pastor, head of our group, has been interviewed by the magazine Diario Sur. Click on the following link to watch it. https://www.diariosur.es/cronica-universitaria/demostrar-excelencia-academica-20210209000755-ntvo.html
‘Picking up the Flak: Interpreting-related Technologies in Action’ talk
Prof Corpas will be giving a talk entitled ‘Picking up the Flak: Interpreting-related Technologies in Action’ as part of the EM TTI seminar series. Are you interested in attending? Follow this link tomorrow (5th February) at 11 am UK time (12 o’clock Spanish time): https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85360043568?pwd=VEREOE5Cb0FsUDArdm1kYTA1M28rZz09
You can check its abstract here: https://em-tti.eu/em-tti-seminar-series/
Do you know gApp?
Hidalgo and Corpas share all the details of this system, which aims at enhancing neural machine translation in its application to phraseology. Here you can check the article (https://www.degruyter.com/view/journals/yop/11/1/article-p61.xml) and use the app for free (http://lexytrad.es/gapp/app.php)
Gloria Corpas and Mahmoud Gaber’s latest publication is now available online
You can check the paper “Remote interpreting in public service settings: technology, perceptions and practice”, published by SKASE Journal for Translation and Interpretation, following this link: http://www.skase.sk/Volumes/JTI19/pdf_doc/04.pdf
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