Tag: Translators

A Translator’s Take on MT

A Translator’s Take on MT

There’s been a lot of buzz around artificial intelligence and machine learning lately. Both technologies are being heavily invested in, and their practical use cases range from gimmicky to life-changing. Depending on who you ask, emotions surrounding the topic range from optimism to fear. Freelance translators often loathe the rise of machine translation engines – automated systems that can translate entire documents by themselves, and quite well too. These engines can pose a threat to our livelihood, and sketch a possible future where humans merely function as guidance, while machines do the real grunt work. The same work that we as translators love so much.

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Terminology work (1) – how to get started

Terminology work (1) – how to get started

Don’t be afraid of terminology work!

Yes, there are many things you can do with terminology, but you can also start small and build upon it when time and resources permit.

How would you get started?

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2019 language services industry events you won’t want to miss!

2019 language services industry events you won’t want to miss!

Perhaps the best job perk of working in localization is the opportunity to travel to new places and meet fascinating people. But travel budgets are not infinite, so first you need to sit down and prioritize your travel itinerary. Nimdzi has once again made this easy for you by preparing a list of top 2019 events for – or related to – the language services industry.

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The Translator’s Guide To Creating A Great Website

The Translator’s Guide To Creating A Great Website

A successful website is one that does a great job of converting visitors into clients. Your website needs to establish your credibility and expertise as a translator through its design and content. Here are six steps to follow that will help you to create an outstanding website.

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