SYSTRAN and CNRS signed a Memorandum of Understanding

logoCNRSjpgSYSTRAN and CNRS signed last Friday, 3rd of June, a Memorandum of Understanding to unify their research capabilities and build the next generation of language intelligence.DSC_4943


CNRS, the leading French Scientific Research organisation and the group SYSTRAN, pioneer in machine translation solutions, seek to promote through this MoU, an active research collaboration in the fields of Speech and Natural Language Processing, Computational linguistics and Deep Learning; and all of their applications, ranging from machine translation, machine-aided human translation, to speech recognition and generation, or collection of languages resources.

Were present at the signing: Mr Changjin Ji, President of SYSTRAN International and Mr Changnam Choi, CEO of SYSTRAN International; Mr Jean Senellart Director General of SYSTRAN SA; Mr Kyungman Kim, First secretary of the Korean Delegation to OECD in Paris, in charge of S&T; Mr Patrick Nedellec, Director of International Relations of CNRS, Mrs Anne Doucet, International Scientific Delegate for CNRS Information Science Institute; Mr Augustin Holl, Deputy Scientific Director of CNRS Institute of Human and Social Science, and Mr Patrick Moreau, Head of CNRS Industrial Partnerships.


This Franco-Korean MoU is one of the outcome of President Park Geun-Hye state visit to France, through the “Year of Korea-France Bilateral Exchanges”, symbolizing 130 years of diplomatic relationship between the two countries and encouraging cooperation on the development of the creative economy, relying on science and advanced technologies.