Deep Learning for Machine Translation: a paradigm shift
In beginning there was the "rule based" machine translation, like Babelfish, that didn't work at all. Then came the Statistical Machine translation, powering the like of Google Translate, and all was good. Nowadays, it's all about Deep Learning and the Neural Machine Translation is the state of the art, with unmatched translation fluency. Let's dive into the internals of a Neural Machine Translation system, explaining the principles and the advantages over the past.
Computer engineer with 11 years of experience, specialized in mission critical, high traffic, high available Linux architectures and infrastructures (before the cloud was out), with a relevant experience in development and management of web services. He has served as Infrastructure Lead in 4 companies (Translated, N26, Wanderio, Klar) and participated in 2 EU multimillion funded NLP research projects (MateCAT, ModernMT). Alberto has a variegated bundle of experience, that ranges from devops to machine learning, from the corporate banking to the mutable startup world.