Just ended: The 43rd Translating and the Computer Conference – TC43 (2021) .
Here is a PDF of the actual programme schedule for download.
See the Schedule page of each day, for links to the slides and videos of individual events.
Now available: Proceedings of TC42 – 2020
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The International Association for Advancement in Language Technology

… derives it acronym, AsLing, from its full name, in French: Association internationale pour la promotion des technologies Linguistiques.

Why French? ASLING is an international non-profit association governed by Articles 60 ff. of the Swiss Civil Code, registered in the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland, in June 2014.

Objectives

  1. promote the use of information technology in the fields of language, translation, terminology and related fields;
  2. organize and manage conferences to achieve its objective;
  3. defend the professional, economic, social, legal and moral interests of stakeholders in its fields of competence in general and its members in particular;
  4. provide the general public and its members in particular, a better understanding of the contribution of technology in the fields of language, translation, terminology and related fields;
  5. promote training and professional development and provide stakeholders in its fields of competence in general and its members in particular, the material means to achieve this goal, including through studies, meetings, lectures, debates and discussion;
  6. engage in research activities in its fields of competence;
  7. set up and maintain websites, forums, discussion groups and mailing lists in its fields of competence.

Translating and the Computer

Upon its inception, in June 2014, AsLing took over the long-running conference series, Translating and the Computer, established in 1978 by the former UK not-for-profit professional association Aslib, under whose management the 1978 conference and subsequent annual conferences were held from 1980 through 2013. As 2021 draws to a close AsLing has successfully carried out eight sessions of this series, beginning with TC36 in 2014 through TC42, which just ended on 18 November 2021. From the inception of the conference through until 2019 the first 42 sessions were all held at various conference venues in London (UK). TC42 and TC43 were held as virtual conferences, online. AsLing hopes to be able to organise TC44, in 2022, as a live event. Check back for updates.