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"Man vs. Machine - A Guide to Understanding Translation Technology in Modern Business Use Cases"

Translation technology guide for easy communication

White Paper: Language Department

Technology is evolving at the rapid rate. As it continues to revolutionize the world, will the technology be the future of the translation industry? The short answer is yes, but it will aid the translator, not replace.

Machine versus man is an obsolete thought when it comes to the translation industry because they are not in competition, instead they have to work together and complement each other. No matter how many algorithms or complexities you can throw into software or a system, you lose a translator’s compassion, empathy, understanding and indeed their specialty. Technology will always help translators to translate better rather than replace them.

This white paper explores the current and future states of the translation industry in terms of services for organizations, pros and cons for both machine translation and human translation approach and the challenges translation professionals face in delivering high-quality translations and the expectation of how technology can help them.

Download the guide now to discover:

  • What does the future of the translation industry look like?
  • Costly translation mistakes with real consequences
  • The pros and cons of machine translation
  • How to choose the best translation services for your business?‚Äč

 

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