Diese Veranstaltung wurde aufgrund der Corona-Krise abgesagt und wird evtl. im Herbst nachgeholt.
How will artificial intelligence change the interpreting profession? The implications for the market, interpreter training and the delivery of interpreting services could be profound. In this day-long symposium experts in the field will explain how advanced current speech-to-speech translation solutions are, what the challenges are, how AI can support human interpreters, and what we can expect in the future.
A non-profit event for interpreters, researchers, students, journalists, AI/technology enthusiasts and members of the general public with an interest in the subject.
We would like to invite you to our UK&I Regional symposium „Artificial Intelligence and the Interpreter“ to be held at
Woburn House Conference Centre
on Saturday 21 March 2020.
Please register via the following link for the symposium: https://ai-and-the-
The registration fee includes coffee breaks and lunch. This event will be live streamed and recorded.
You are also warmly invited to attend the internal AIIC debriefing meeting to be held the morning of the following day, Sunday 22 March. We will seek to examine how we can prepare AIIC for the future in the light of AI technology developments and new market trends. It is an opportunity to help to take stock of the findings, put forward ideas and provide input into the AB “Rethink AIIC” Project Team’s work.
All categories of Members and all Regions welcome. Only for AIIC Members, Candidates and Pre-candidates.
Please register via the following link for the debriefing meeting: https://debrief-ai-and-the-
Attendance is free of charge and the meeting will take place in the morning only.
Dr Jan Niehues, Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering, University of Maastricht, Netherlands
Dr Marek Kohn, science writer, UK
Dr Claudio Fantinuoli, Faculty of Translation Studies, Linguistics and Cultural Studies, University of Mainz, Germany
Antonio Paoletti, Head of the Meeting Services and Interpretation Section, Conference Division at the International Maritime Organisation (United Nations), UK
Anna Kontokonti, Interpreter Support and Training Unit, Directorate-General for Logistics and Interpretation for Conferences, European Parliament, Belgium
Dr Ildikó Horváth, Head of the European Masters in Conference Interpreting consortium, Department of Translation and Interpreting, ELTE University, Hungary
Klaus Ziegler, Coordinator of the AIIC Technical and Health Committee, Germany