SUMMA integrates stream-based media processing tools (including speech recognition and machine translation) with deep language understanding capabilities (including named entity relation extraction and semantic parsing), for open-source applications and implemented in use cases at the BBC and Deutsche Welle.
SUMMA is a Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action, running from 1 February 2016 to 31 January 2019.
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SUMMA is leading a session on Speech and Language Technologies for Media Processing at the upcoming LT-Accelerate 2016 meeting 21-22 November 2016 in Brussels, Belgium.
SUMMA presented at Global Media Forum 2016
LETA, as part of Team RIGA, wins the AMR PARSING 2016 trophy at SemEval 2016
SUMMA attended meta-forum 2016
Meet us on 13-15 June 2016 at Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum
Who will win the US elections? Deutsche Welle launches PollyVote , an evidence-based election forecasting model.
Already at the end of month three SUMMA has a prototype developed by LETA.
A user-focused meeting held at BBC Monitoring in Caversham, UK.
Hello World! The SUMMA projects starts on 1 February, 2016.
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