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Category Archives: machine translation
Deep learning, a technique derived from neural networks (an early AI technology), is poised to revolutionize machine translation. Google recently open sourced its word2vec package, which analyzes English language texts to discover the meanings and relationships of words. The results … Continue reading
PO Editor is a simple, easy to use localization tool that you can use to simplify your software localization workflow.
Google Translate is the web’s most popular machine translation service. With support for over 60 languages, Google Translate enables web users to translate almost any web page. However, these translations are often less than perfect, and sometimes riddled with errors. … Continue reading
We’re here in Seattle where over a dozen companies are showcasing new technologies and services at the TAUS User Conference. One of the most interesting companies from the first batch is Memsource.
Tilde, based in Riga, Latvia, is a leading developer of European translation technology. The company focuses on developing hybrid machine/human translation engines for secondary languages, and started with the Baltic languages (Latvian, Estonian, and Lithuanian), which are poorly served by … Continue reading
Jack Welde, CEO of Smartling is here in Seattle to demo and discuss their translation delivery network and localization management system for software developers. The holy grail of translation for buyers is high quality, fast and affordable translation. Jack describes … Continue reading