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The motto of the European Union (EU): ‘United in diversity’ came up a few times at the Riga Summit 2015 (April 27-29). It boiled down to the essential and urgent need for the Digital Single Market to be multilingual. While free movement of EU citizens and goods across borders is a straightforward process, when it comes to cross-border services, whether digital or not, there are legal, fiscal and language conundrums. Most talks and presentations in Riga by EU and government officials and policy makers as well as representatives of language technology from academia, national institutes, SMEs, large companies and the media, focussed...
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I wouldn’t be a product manager for translation QE if I didn’t start this blog by saying: translation quality will remain one of the main protagonists on the stage of translation and localization. Its high priority is justified by the industry’s need for different quality levels and metrics to satisfy end user requirements and by the ever-increasing demand for translations for ever-decreasing prices. There is a desire to compare and benchmark evaluation data consistently - not only internally but also across the industry. To offer meaningful benchmarking and quality assurance and to improve automated metrics, large data sets derived from many...
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When Albert Einstein said: “The measure of intelligence is the ability to change”, he was referring neither to the internet nor to localization. Today the language community is facing one of its most serious threats and should pay attention to Einstein’s famous quote. The need to adapt to a new monetization reality is indisputable and the trend of Collaborative Commons is the new enabler. Jeremy Rifkin in his new book “The Zero Marginal Cost Society” states that our economic and social systems are rapidly transforming into Collaborative Commons with far-reaching implications.   The imperatives of technological change are so overwhelming in...
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