Who is involved with SUMMA
The University of Edinburgh coordinates the SUMMA project, and contributes to research and innovation in speech recognition, machine translation, and statistical natural language processing.
The British Broadcasting Corporation is a UK-based international public-service broadcaster. Funded by an annual television licence fee, the BBC is a non-profit, editorially independent organisation.
Priberam is the world’s leading supplier of natural language understanding and search technologies for the Portuguese language.
UCL is one of the world's leading universities, founded in London to open up education to all on equal terms.
The Idiap Research Institute is an independent, nonprofit, research foundation affiliated with Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
LETA is a national information agency that generates reliable and multi-faceted content and provides custom-tailored solutions for professional information users.
Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international broadcaster.
QCRI is focused on tackling large-scale computing challenges that address national priorities for growth and development.
A world top-100 university with a world-class reputation for teaching excellence and research. The NLP group consists of 7 faculty members, 18 research staff members and 28 PhD students and is one of the largest in Europe with a strong international reputation and has expertise in most aspects of NLP research.
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