- Start date: 2008
- End date: 31 December 2099
- Funder: Internally funded
- Co-investigators: Bogdan Babych, Tony Hartley
From 2008 the Centre was a partner in a three-year knowledge-transfer project with the Translation Automation User Society (TAUS). TAUS is a not-for-profit community of users and providers of translation technologies and services, whose members include Adobe, eBay, Intel, McAfee, Microsoft, Oracle and Sun and other international organisations and companies that daily generate large volumes of documentation in many languages. TAUS has created a fellowship in CTS to support research and development of Intelligent Access to Translation Resources: large collections of translated texts (currently over four billion words), aligned sentence-by-sentence for 237 language pairs.