Articles for Translation technology

Skirting online censorship in China by “translating” a banned article into Morse, hexadecimal code, emoji and elvish language

Pisana Ferrari - cApStAn Ambassador to the Global Village

People across China have been very creative in past weeks in finding ways to get around the ban on an article that was critical of how the government handled the coronavirus ...

Working at the intersection of linguistics and artificial intelligence to advance machine translation performance

by Pisana Ferrari – cApStAn Ambassador to the Global Village

 

Chris Callison-Burch --associate professor in Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania -- has in past years developed novel cost- and time-saving methods to translate languages, including crowdsourcing and images. In this recent interview for ...

The future of the translation eco-system: should it be “fixed” or reinvented?

by Pisana Ferrari - cApStAn Ambassador to the Global Village

 

Great panel of speakers and interesting discussions for the webinar organised by TAUS on 11 December on how to "fix" the current translation eco-system, in particular the "knowledge", "operational" and "data" gaps. The webinar followed ...