Multilingualism in the EU: Special Exhibition / Lecture Sereis - Session IV
Date: January 18, 2021 – Tuesday
Time: 17:00-18:30 (Shanghai) / 10:00-11:30 (Brussels)
Venue: ZOOM (Room ID: 814 919 48166 / Passcode: 972172)
Language: English, Chinese*
* English-Chinese simultaneous interpreting services will be provided for this lecture by SISU's GIIT students.
Summary: In this lecture, Inne Daneels will describe the underlying principles of the Speech to Text technology. She will explain why the European Commission has decided to invest in the development of its own S2T solutions and will comment on their added value and possible applications, both inside and outside the Commission. Furthermore, she will explain how interpreters contribute to the improvement of these EU specific models and demonstrate them in practice.
Speaker Biography: Inne Daneels has been working as a conference interpreter for the European Commission since 2013, from English, French, German and Polish into Dutch. She has been closely involved in the Commission’s Speech to Text project from its very beginning, participating in coordination, communication and training-related tasks. She is contributing actively to the further development of specific EU-related custom models and to the implementation of services that will become available in this field in the future.
Learn more about the exhibition:
United in Diversity: Multilingualism in the European Union - Special Exhibition