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What has Pangeanic been up to in 2022?

Join us on this tour to rediscover our best 2022 events.

Why is attending events so important?

Taking part in events such as conferences, seminars, workshops, etc. is a great opportunity for both employees and the company. Participants can expand...

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What Is Bias and How Do We Perceive It?

The term bias is defined as a distortion of judgment in favor of or against something or someone. There are various subgroups and types of biases, such as gender bias or cultural, political, statistical, or cognitive biases, etc.

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How to Approach the Translation of Technical Terms

Tackling a translation containing technical terms requires both linguistic knowledge and a broad understanding of technical language. This is a type of specialized translation, characterized by content full of terminology exclusive to the field in...

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The Fundamental Role of Translation in International Business

In today's globalized world, the challenges of expanding operations and effective communication across language barriers have become paramount for businesses worldwide. As companies increasingly interact with diverse cultures and markets, the...

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Pangeanic: forward-looking translation service company

Our mission: "We believe in work well done, in work done by people, for people, combining Artificial Intelligence and humans".

That's Pangeanic! We work to democratize Artificial Intelligence through personalization for each user experience: Data...

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AI will read text to discover information for you

In the first of a series of interviews with Pangeanic's key R&D and technological product team, we discover the "inside" opinions of our developers and visionaries as experts.

In this interview, we talk to Manuel Herranz, CEO of the company to tell...

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English euphemisms: what are the most common euphemisms?

Common euphemisms in English normally concern religion, death or sex. Examples of these euphemisms are to sleep with instead of to have sexual intercourse with; departed for dead; and to relieve oneself for to urinate.

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What languages are read right to left?

Many modern languages, especially in the Western world, originated from Latin and Greek. The reason for Latin and Greek being read left to right is not particularly well known, but an important theory is that the medium of writing strongly...

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How Much Do Translators Make?

Are you an aspiring translator hoping to hit the jackpot with your translator salary? Or a potential translation student wondering "how much do translators make?" The myths about the highest paying translation languages can scare potential clients...

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What Is Diglossia and How Does it Affect Translation?

Derived from the Greek word διγλωσσία, which is defined as bilingualism, diglossia is a linguistic phenomenon in which a language has two varieties often labeled as a high variety ("H") and a low variety ("L").

The specialized meaning of the term...

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