Global language translation and interpretation company participates in renowned event for public procurement decision makers (PRWeb October 10, 2017) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/10/prweb14787807.htm
New York-based Morningside Translations was sold to a group led by new co-CEOs Tom Klein and Roland Lessard. The duo discusses what attracted them to the language industry, how they intend to grow the business, and why they are in this for the long haul.
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Apple has reportedly quietly rolled out a beta test for a browser-based translator that can translate English into 32 other languages.
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Ottawa is adopting a pilot project aimed at enhancing language services for French-speaking Canadians, while the Florida court system is requesting a USD 4.5m budget to expand video remote interpreting service.
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With the latest release of Language Studio™, Omniscien Technologies combines Statistical Machine Translation (SMT), Neural Machine Translation (NMT) and advanced Deep Neural Machine Translation (Deep NMT) technologies based on machine learning on a single platform for all 550 Language Pairs supported curre...
Language Studio™ combines Statistical Machine Translation (SMT), Neural Machine Translation (NMT) and Deep Neural Machine Translation (Deep NMT) tech
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Jaroslaw Kutylowski, Chief Technology Officer of DeepL, talks about why they decided to enter machine translation, discusses how they plan to monetize their technology, and weighs in on the man vs. machine debate.
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InDemand VRI technology improves patient and provider communication with limited English proficient, Deaf and hard of hearing patients, increasing compliance and supporting better patient outcomes (PRWeb October 11, 2017) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/10/prweb14789279.htm