SDL Puts Machine Translation in Its Place
by Donald A. DePalma
March 04, 2004
March 04, 2004

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Few technologies provoke more debate than machine translation (MT). Futurists have long predicted its widespread adoption, some experts opine that it will be ready for prime time in anywhere from two to 200 years, and casual experimenters trade silly results from online MT services. Common Sense Advisory recently met with SDL’s CEO Mark Lancaster and CTO Keith Mills to discuss their plans for unifying MT, workflow, and translation memory into a Knowledge-Based Translation (KbT) system.

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