What is Neural Machine Translation?
Neural machine translation (NMT), can be thought of as translation performed by a living, learning machine-in-training.
Instead of a static approach, NMT uses neural network models to continuously improve its translation quality. For this reason, NMT require rigorous training and evaluation.
Neural networks are designed to mimic how the human mind learns, gaining more knowledge over time. These engines seek to understand the context of what is being translated to properly predict the correct word choice.
Neural based machine translation engines are much more capable of capturing, and even understanding, the intent or meaning of a sentence, and therefore have been quickly replacing older statistical models. The idea here isn’t just swapping one word for another based on a rule or phrase.
What is the Smartling Neural Machine Translation Hub?
The Smartling Neural Machine Translation Hub is Smartling's centralized Machine Translation solution, which includes:
- MT Profiles (external MT providers)
- Smartling Auto Select
- Custom engine training
"Bring-your-own" MT keys and integrate your trained MT Profile into Smartling.
If you already have an MT ready to integrate for translation in Smartling, you can integrate it easily by inserting MT credentials.
Smartling Auto Select
Smartling Auto Select is Smartling's AI-powered MT Profile.
Custom Engine Training
Train your custom MT model with Smartling. Contact your Customer Success Manager for more information.
Where can I find the Neural Machine Translation Hub in Smartling?
The NMT Hub can be found everywhere in the platform. From your Machine Translation suggestions in the CAT Tool, and the Machine Translation provider in a workflow, to the Machine Translation behind your Connector or GDN translations. Glossaries can be integrated with your NMT hub, so your terminology is automatically populated with your Machine Translations.
Smartling Translate is powered by Smartling's NMT Hub.
What Type of Content is Most-Suitable for Machine Translation?
- Support Tickets
- Customer Reviews
- Knowledge Bases and Training Materials
- Federal, State, and Local Compliance
- Terms & Conditions
- Product Information Catalogs
- Mission Critical
- Product Manuals*
- Drug Warnings / Clinical Research*
- Opinion Portals Marketing Materials*
- SEO Content & Blogs Commercial Contracts*
*Indicates that Machine Translation Post Edit is recommended
What Type of Content is Least-Suitable for Machine Translation?
- Marketing tag lines