Sooner or later, every business starts to look for opportunities to grow and expand worldwide. However, to compete on the international scene, it is not enough to have innovative products or services that are patented in your home country.
AI and machine learning have disrupted many industries by automating processes and some jobs have been replaced by technology. How will the translation industry be affected by these advancements?
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In our globalized world hiring a top-quality professional translation service can make all the difference to your business, but finding the right language professional for you can be a challenge.
There’s nothing worse than a last-minute rush, no matter what sector you’re working in. We are all familiar with that awful feeling of messing up a presentation that you had to throw together the night before,
Language professionals often hear people say, “in a few years we’ll no longer need translators” or “now computers can translate even better than a human”. There’s no denying that machine translation has improved by leaps and bounds