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Linguistic Quality Assurance (LQA) begins before translation starts. Engaging language experts early ensures meeting higher standards of translation quality.
cApStAn’s seal of approval is an endorsement of the quality of translation and cross-cultural adaptation procedures, confirming equivalence to the source and suitability for your target population.
The right combination of state-of-the-art technology, experienced translators, and a process to ensure that a translation is fit for purpose.
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Fields in which cApStAn has developed expertise in preparing multilingual and multicultural data collection and assessment instruments
In international training and certification programs, knowledge and skills need to be measured reliably.
Psychometric assessments that measure workforce skills are high-stakes instruments that require cross-cultural compatibility.
Multiregional or multicultural surveys rely on cross-cultural relevance to capture consumer experience.
The complexity of different interviewing modes requires a specialized translation process.
Surveys are sensitive to the language, culture and context of each surveyed community.
SEL skills assessments that are interactive and adaptive need a customized process to maximize fairness and validity.
Documents that inform policy-maker decisions and define standards must be accurate and understood by a global audience.
Have your tests and questionnaires reviewed for cultural suitability and apply a DEI-BR filter to your content.
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cApStAn is one of the world’s most experienced translation and quality assurance agencies.
cApStAn was founded in 2000 and has its offices in Brussels and Philadelphia.
We embody the “excellence among friends” approach, and we thoroughly enjoy our jobs.
Our goal is cross-language and cross-cultural correspondence in linguistic projects.
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Activists are fighting facial recognition AI with face paint. They use cubist-inspired designs to foil algorithms
by Pisana Ferrari – cApStAn Ambassador to the Global Village An article in the Moscow Times reports that Russian activists were arrested in February for holding a “face paint protest” against facial recognition technology. The Telegram-based campaign, called Sledui (Follow), advised followers to paint their faces with bright, asymmetric patterns and thick black marks to … Continue reading Activists are fighting facial recognition AI with face paint. They use cubist-inspired designs to foil algorithms
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