We are proud members of several organizations working in data collection and artificial intelligence. PangeaMT has ongoing collaborations and technology transfer programs with world-leading research centers.


TAUS. The non-profit world organization for the development of machine translation.
 Pattern Recognition and Human Language TechnologyPattern Recognition and Human Technology Center. A world leader in pattern recognition research since the 1990’s, it is one of Valencia’s Polytechnic best known R&D centers, focusing on Big data and Deep Learning, Multimodal Interaction, Pattern Recognition, Image Processing (Image Analysis, Computer Vision, Handwritten Text Recognition, Document Analysis) and Language Processing (Speech Recognition and Understanding, Machine Translation, Information Retrieval).
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The European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT)  serves the growing community of people interested in MT and translation tools. This includes developers in Europe and other continents, researchers and users of this increasingly viable technology.
 Instituto Tecnológico de Informática logoThe Computer Science Institute at Valencia’s Polytechnic.


And via our parent company, Pangeanic, we share the same goals of giving back to the community and making a better world by helping people to communicate, with or without technology. We support the following NGOs:

Translators without Borders (TWB) is a non-profit organization offering language and translation support for humanitarian and development agencies, and other non-profit organizations on a global scale. We support TBW financially and with technology, particularly with work in under-resourced languages.
TBW’s mission is to provide people access to vital knowledge in their language by:

  • Providing aid in humanitarian crisis response through translation and interpreting
  • Providing translation and simplification services that are culturally appropriate, accessible and open-source
  • Building language translation capacity at the local level
  • Raising awareness globally of language barriers


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The Malima Project’s vision is to the support of high quality education, basic health care and other social services, enabling self-help, within communities most in need from the village of Gouria and the surrounding area in the Extreme North of The Republic of Cameroon (West Africa). We have financed the building of two schools, focused on female education. Our CEO visited the area for several months in 2012.