Tag: Translators

2019 TOP TRENDS IN THE TRANSLATION INDUSTRY

2019 TOP TRENDS IN THE TRANSLATION INDUSTRY

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It’s the beginning of a new year which marks a fresh start for some and another year of the same old tricks for others who know they can’t keep a new year’s resolution for more than a fortnight… (you know who you are!). The new year also means new things for the translation industry as we’ve spotted some translation trends that we think will be big in 2019…

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How Rapid Growth in 2018 Transformed Media Localization

How Rapid Growth in 2018 Transformed Media Localization

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Media entertainment is a high-growth industry, driven in large part by the digitalization of content, as online streaming providers have begun to challenge the traditional models of the big Hollywood Studios.Now that content can travel globally and is more readily available to local audiences, the demand for localized content – hence localization – is growing fast.

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A Translator’s Take on MT

A Translator’s Take on MT

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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

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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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