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Why MT Doesn’t Appeal to Some Buyers
by Vijayalaxmi Hegde, Donald A. DePalma
April 02, 2014
April 02, 2014

 
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Summary
Ever-growing language needs and tighter budgets put pressure on human-produced translation models. Common Sense Advisory has long contended that machine translation (MT) will be part of the solution for certain types of content, but not all (see “Transformative Translation,” Oct13). Still, MT continues to evoke distrust. In our 2013 survey of buyers of translation services, we encountered a group of respondents that was against the use of MT. In this brief, we outline what discourages them and review the alternatives they suggest.

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  • Technology Vendors
  • Industry Providers

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