Kama: Usable Estonian Machine Translation (kasutatav masintõlge) is a project (2015-2017) under the National Programme for Estonian Language Technology. Its focus is improving machine translation from/into Estonian and making sure that its output is usable in practice for specific text domains, for example for post-editing.
Here we publicly distribute the latest SMT and NMT models that we have developed, as well as their analysis and test set translations.
Our previous baseline was phrase-based SMT, and included a number of improvements on top of the baseline approach. In the smt folder you will find the models, analysis of translation quality and other info.