Browsing Tag : machine translation

Machine translation for all (medical) cases – project report

machine translation / maschinelle Übersetzung
The MT train in our pharmaceutical customer project has really taken off! After a scoping phase followed by the selection of the appropriate system for the customer's use cases, everything now revolves around the integration and training of MT engines. Current and future MT engines are of interest to various customer stakeholders, so the topic of MT testing plays a major role even after system selection. Here we give you an insight into the MT processes supported by blc at the customer.
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What does berns language consulting actually do?

What does berns language consulting actually do?
A common question in the social context: What do you do professionally? Ah, language process consulting? Do you translate? No, you don't do that? But what exactly are you consulting on? In some situations the language process consultant is inclined to answer the question about her profession right at the beginning of the conversation: Oh, I work in the office.
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Artificial Intelligence – Blessing for the translation industry?

Artificial Intelligence – Blessing for the translation industry?
AI technologies are changing many industries dramatically. The possible areas of application are diverse and already surpass the boldest fantasies. The translation industry is also being heavily disrupted by these developments. Companies in the industry, regardless of size or professional orientation, have to deal with the phenomenon of AI sooner or later.
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