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META Prize: The Winners

The META Prize is awarded by the META Technology Council to outstanding products or services supporting the European Multilingual Information Society.

2015

META Prize

  • BabelNet – for groundbreaking work in overcoming language barriers through a multilingual lexicalised semantic network and ontology making use of heterogeneous data sources. The resulting encyclopedic dictionary provides concepts and named entities lexicalised in many languages, enriched with semantic relations.

2013

META Prize

  • The Rosetta Foundation – for their groundbreaking work enabling the global conversation in communities and social localization, making information available to individuals irrespective of their social status, linguistic or cultural background.

2012

META Prize

2011

1. META Prize

  • Moses – The prize was awarded for exemplary and innovative contributions in statistical machine translation.

2. META Prize

  • Voxalead, Exalead – was awarded for outstanding software to provide video scanning and transcription services.