Tag: TAUS

Today’s new machine translation releases

Our January 2018 machine translation (MT) issue has just gone online, prominently featuring a host of new case studies on neural MT. It happens to coincide with the TAUS release of their MT ebook Nunc Est Tempus (“now is the time” in Latin), which also went online today and likewise considers the emerging developments in...

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Common Sense Advice about Machine Translation and Content

You’d need to be living on the moon if you still don’t get it about how data quality impacts machine translation quality (actually, every kind of translation). But, what does this fact really mean when communicating with content creators? Writers, and information developers generally, have to contend with all sorts of “guidance” about how they...

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Standards, Interoperability, Popcorn

These standards initiative thingies are like buses. You wait for ages and then two of them come along together. Following the er, demise of LISA (the LOCALIZATION Industry Standards Association), we have just seen an announcement by the Translation Automation User Society (TAUS) calling for community guidance on a proposal for that body to become...

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Not Convinced About Need for MT? A Must Read

If you are still not convinced of the about the need for effective machine translation (MT) then check out this PowerPoint deck from Greg Oxton of the Consortium for Service Innovation (CSI). Explosive arguments, delivered at a recent TAUS event. A very important statement about why we need to be aware of what’s actually happening...

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