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Making machine translation work for us – part 1

Making machine translation work for us – part 1

It seems machine translation is not only a big trend in the translation industry, but it’s become something of a buzzword outside of the industry, too. Machine translation is not a new phenomenon; for decades, academic researchers have been looking into the possibility of using a machine to translate one language into another without human intervention.

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All About Transcreation

All About Transcreation

Transcreation ensures that your translated message matches the same marketing message as your original, but tailored for your target market.

You need to think carefully about your target audience and brief us on the brand message you are trying to put across to your customer. Read full article.

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The Logic of Localizing into African Languages [Podcast]

The Logic of Localizing into African Languages [Podcast]

How do you meet the demands for localized content on a continent where somewhere between 1,000 and 2,000 languages are spoken, particularly when many of these languages have no established writing system?

In this Podcast you’ll hear:

  • An overview of the most widely spoken languages in Africa
  • What companies need to know about African language localization
  • Differences between the written language and what people actually speak
  • Why many Africans speak one language at home and another at work
  • The role of the African lingua francas: Swahili, English, and French

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A Gentle Introduction to Neural Machine Translation

A Gentle Introduction to Neural Machine Translation

Automatic or machine translation is perhaps one of the most challenging artificial intelligence tasks given the fluidity of human language. Classically, rule-based systems were used for this task, which were replaced in the 1990s with statistical methods. More recently, deep neural network models achieve state-of-the-art results in a field that is aptly named neural machine translation. Read Full Article.

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The Five Types of Localization Project Managers

The Five Types of Localization Project Managers

We’ve zeroed in on 5 distinct types of project managers, and have specifically pinpointed each type’s strengths, as well as the challenges that they likely encounter. The Nimdzi Localization Project Management infographic is based on data collected from over 1,000 project managers working in the language services industry and closely examines the types of localization project managers in terms of their popularity, language skills, ambition, career advancement goals, charisma, and level of seniority. Whether you are curious about what “type” of project manager you are, you are looking to advance, or you are actively searching for your next project manager, this infographic serves to inform and guide you along the way. View Infographic.

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