Jade Abbott: I'm humbled & excited to be presenting the progress of @MasakhaneMt at @iclr_conf AfricaNLP workshop next week ♥️✨
🌍 Machine Translation for Africa🌍
Artwork by: @Ke_neil_we 😍 https://t.co/osKQFezD9D
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Julia Kreutzer: ∀ 😎 unique team effort, with 🐨 #NMT for 30 languages, by over 25 contributors!
No BLEU scores to be found in this paper 😱 Our benchmarks are means to building a distributed community to foster #NLProc research on the African continent with local languages @MasakhaneMt
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Jade Abbott: Our first community publication for @MasakhaneMt is finally out💜🌺
"Masakhane - Machine Translation for Africa"
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Daniel Whitenack: So happy to be involved in this amazing effort to establish NMT baselines for African languages. Really proud of the @MasakhaneMt group putting out their first publications! https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.11529
#AI #NLProc @alienelf https://t.co/006e8ezuhF
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arXiv CS-CL: Masakhane -- Machine Translation For Africa http://arxiv.org/abs/2003.11529
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Delip Rao: More NLP on Less Commonly Taught Languages please!
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Salomon Kabongo: 🎉🎉 🎉our first paper is out 🎉🎉🎉
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Julia Kreutzer: 🎉🎉
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Dr. Vukosi Marivate: The morning session for ICLR AfricanNLP has kicked off.
First, we have @alienelf talking on "Masakhane, A Focus on Machine Translation for African Languages"
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HotComputerScience: Most popular computer science paper of the day:
"MASAKHANE - MACHINE TRANSLATION FOR AFRICA"
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Alliance4ai: The most impressive work on nlp for low resource languages, actively developed by over 100 data science researchers distributed across Africa. They shall increase access to technology and services that improve millions of lives. We continue to be proud of your work cc:@alienelf
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MONTREAL.AI: "Masakhane -- Machine Translation For Africa"
Orife et al.: https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.11529
#Africa #DeepLearning #NLP https://t.co/CTH9eGirfy
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Augustina: 1/3 of living languages are African yet less than 1% of submissions to the computational linguistics ACL conference were African. Less research being done on NLP for African languages means less representation.
@MasakhaneMt seeks to change that.
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Found on Apr 21 2020 at https://arxiv.org/pdf/2003.11529.pdf