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Artificial Intelligence applied to Machine Translation at FITUR 2021

From 19 to 23 May, the new edition of FITUR will be held. A meeting between professionals that will allow to know the new language technology tools developed by Pangeanic and how they can open new ways of prosperity in the sector.

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Challenge 2020 and Opportunities - A review by Manuel Herranz

2020 has created many translate challenges like other industries and professions. We asked Manuel Herranz, Pangeanic's CEO to review the best and the worst of the year, and the challenges ahead.

How has 2020 affected the language industry?


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Why is data anonymization important?

Data anonymization refers to the process of de-identifying personal information from text. A type of information sanitization with the intention of protecting privacy.

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What are the best free online translation tools?

The best free online translation tools we gather here can come in handy when you need a gist translation of a written piece. It makes no sense to turn to professional translation services if all you need is the substance or general meaning of a text...

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Save time using our translation management software online

Pangeanic offers a state-of-the-art translation management software tool which goes above and beyond the typical translation workflow.

When we first looked at offering this tool to our clients, my first thought was ‘Clients won’t like it,...

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Will machines learn to understand language?

A key concept that computing has been steeped in over recent years is big data.

However, the focus is shifting gradually towards ‘deep learning’ or ‘machine learning’. In a nutshell, this means that the machines learn through sophisticated...

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How to Translate an App for Android or iPhone

Finding somebody who has never been on an app is as difficult as finding somebody without a cell phone. The FIFA World Cup app offering live results became the most popular sports app ever by number of downloads in 2014: 18 million and counting. It...

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Machines will never translate like humans

The argument about what machines can(not) do and that they will never be as good as humans is as long as humankind. Amazingly enough, humans fly better and more efficiently than birds, sail through the seas and can actually communicate at great...

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