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In-Q-Tel Taps Lilt for Human-Machine Translation Platform Offering to Gov’t

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 26, 2018 — In-Q-Tel has entered into a partnership to offer Lilt‘s machine translation technology to government agencies in support of efforts to increase accessibility to information, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

The nonprofit intelligence community investor said Thursday the MT platform works to augment the work of human translators with machine learning in order to learn from human feedback continuously in real time and boost the speed and quality of translation.

“With this partnership, we look forward to providing government agencies with a world-class translation capability that will improve the flow of information across languages and amplify human translation resources,” said A.J. Bertone, a principal of investments at IQT.

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