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4 structural flaws that compromise everything in localization

Get a text. Write the same thing in a different language. Done. If only... Translation is a simple task that evolved into a monstrous process - dozens of roles, hundreds of steps .. Read More

Demystifying the African Localization Industry: Challenges and Opportunities

In my quest to better understand the opportunities and challenges of the African translation industry, I recently traveled from West to East Africa. Because the global demand for .. Read More

Automotive Translation Goes High-Tech

On 11 November, Daimler hosted an Automotive Translation Roundtable organized by TAUS and berns language consulting. Translation managers from eight large automotive and three .. Read More

The Three P’s That Make a Good Conference

What makes a good conference? If you ask me, the answer is: purpose, people and program. As simple as that. Let’s start with ‘purpose’: you have to have a good reason to make .. Read More

5 Ways to Reduce Translation Review Time

The amount of time and money you spend on quality management easily constitutes 20% of the total translation time and costs. A large part of this percentage consists of .. Read More

To Share or Not to Share

During the TAUS Annual Conference 2016 in October, Eric Bailey, Group Engineering Manager for the Global Service and Experiences team within Office at Microsoft, will host the .. Read More

Neural Machine Translation: the New Kid on the Block

Nowadays, in one way or another, machine translation (MT) is part of our everyday lives. Most likely Google made that happen, about a decade ago, by launching Google Translate, a .. Read More

Talk to the Heart: Localizing Long-Tail Languages

During the TAUS Annual Conference 2016 in October, panelists will discuss "How to deliver high-quality translations for long-tail languages". This blog post is written in .. Read More

Deep Learning is Coming: Why Machine Translation is Becoming Better

The last significant breakthrough in the technology of statistical machine translation (SMT) was in 2005. That year, David Chiang published his famous paper on hierarchical .. Read More

Translating with Cerebral Machines: Where Can It Take Us?

Neural Machine Translation (NMT) systems have achieved impressive results in many Machine Translation (MT) tasks in the past couple of years. This is mainly due to the fact that .. Read More