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Carnegie Mellon, Leader in Machine Translation, Launches MA Program in (Human) Translation

Wednesday, November 28, 2018  
Posted by: Dana Walker

One of the US’s top ranked universities, Carnegie Mellon, has launched a new translation


master’s degree. The MA in Global Communication and Applied Translation (MA in GCAT) is a joint venture between Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU’s) Department of English and Department of Modern Languages.

CMU is well-known for its language technologies department, which is home to the NeuLab, a dedicated natural language processing and machine learning research lab, headed up by Assistant Professor and leading light in machine translation research Graham Neubig.

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