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Mary Nurminen

Mary Nurminen is currently a full-time Doctoral Researcher at the University of Tampere in Finland, working on her doctoral thesis which focuses on non-professional, non-translator users of machine translation. She will eventually return to her regular job of teaching translation, writing and interpreting at that same university. Her past life included 13 years at Nokia, working first as a technical writer, then as a manager of technical communications and localization, and 5 years as a Lionbridge solution architect. Mary’s blog on users of FAUT MT is available here: www.mt-stories.com.

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Mary Nurminen Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Machine Translation in Everyday Life: What Makes FAUT MT Workable?

I have a very clear memory of the moment in 2006 when the proverbial light bulb went off in my head and I first understood the idea that machine translation (MT) could be used in some other way than as a production tool for translators. The bulb was sparked by an article by Jaap van der Meer in the newsletter of the Center for Information-Development Management.

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