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Join the Imminent Unconference

“Humans & AI: the challenge of languages” 

Translated is happy to announce the 4th edition of the Imminent Unconference, which will take place in Rome from June 20th-21st.

For the first time, Rome will host in the same week two major events for the localization industry: the TAUS Massively Multilingual AI Conference and the Imminent Unconference. The Unconference is a global summit where localization leaders come together to explore future trends and innovations.

The unconference is a dynamic, participant-driven event where attendees shape the agenda. At the start of the day, participants propose topics and vote on their favorites to discuss. This collaborative approach ensures that discussions are relevant and engaging.
Discussions revolve around the chosen topics, with everyone encouraged to contribute, regardless of their experience level. The goal is to share insights, expand conversations, introduce new ideas, and refine collective visions for the future. By leveraging shared knowledge and experiences, participants can tackle complex problems together.

The Imminent Unconference elevated the open agenda format by bringing together a concentration of highly experienced practitioners to tackle a high-stakes theme. It was a dynamic, engaging conversation with knowledgeable peers, and an invaluable opportunity to challenge my own assumptions, gain new insights, and forge precious connections.”

Jose Palomares, Localization Director at Coupa

Join us for this unique opportunity to engage with thought leaders and peers in the localization industry, and contribute to shaping the future of AI and human collaboration.

Participation Details & Schedule

Date: June 20th and 21st 

Location: Translated Headquarters, Via Indonesia 23, Rome (Italy)

Admission requirements: Applicants will be considered based on their experience in relevant areas such as localization or international business. We will take into account your educational and professional background or, in some cases, we may kindly ask for additional information about your profile to better understand your qualifications.

Thursday 20th

6.00 – 6.30 pm Opening remarks

6.30 – 7.30 pm Q&A session

7.30 – 8.30 pm Networking aperitif  

8.30 – 10.30 pm Dinner

Friday 21st

8.30 – 9.15 am Arrival & coffee

9.15 – 10.00 am Plenary session

10. 00 – 11.15 am First sessions

11.15 – 11.45 am Break

11.45 – 1.00 pm Second sessions

1.30 – 3.00 pm Lunch