Human-in-the-loop (HITL); making the most of human and machine intelligence

    Machine translation (MT) has taken a technological turn with the incorporation of artificial intelligence. It uses a neural system that simulates huma[..]
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    Ensuring good machine translation using BLEU scoring

    As time goes by, machine translation (MT) systems have become indispensable. Innovative technologies have been developed with sophisticated artificial[..]
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    Compliance with pseudonymization according to the GDPR

    The advances and expansion of new technology present a new challenge: that of managing their evolution and, at the same time, ensuring the privacy of [..]
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    Ensuring quality medical translations according to the new MDR and IVDR regulations

    What does medical translation involve? Medical translation has always required, but today more than ever, precision and up-to-date technical knowledge[..]
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    Mexicanisms II: commonly used Mexican words

    As we said in Mexicanisms I: widely used Mexican expressions, Mexico is one of the real linguistic driving forces of Latin America. While some of thes[..]
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    Mexicanisms I: widely used Mexican expressions

    As well as being a tremendous country, Mexico is one of the real linguistic driving forces of Latin America. Here are some Mexicanisms and their impor[..]
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    When to review a translation? The importance of human translation

    Machine translation systems have advanced rapidly in recent years and have become sophisticated technologies that allow excellent results to be obtain[..]
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    How many hours does it take to translate 1000 words?

    Translation turnaround times seem to be an important feature for many translation clients. The answer to the question "how many hours does it take to [..]
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    Translation: Can you work from home as a translator?

    Doing translation work from home seems like the perfect scenario for many linguists. The reason why so many translators lean toward this working mode [..]
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    Diglossia and Translation

    Derived from the Greek word διγλωσσία, which is defined as bilingualism, diglossia is a linguistic phenomenon in which a language has two varieties of[..]
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