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Video Interpreting Usage Slowly Rises
by Nataly Kelly, Donald A. DePalma
May 06, 2009
May 06, 2009

 
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Summary
Remote language mediation is becoming more common than ever before. Telephone interpreting (TI) is already widespread. When, if ever, will video-based communication or interpreting (VI) take over? Everyone agrees that video interpreting is the way of the future. The mere mention of the topic provokes futuristic visions of projecting a Berber interpreter hologram from a mobile phone in the remotest sands of the Sahara. However, technology remains the greatest roadblock to widespread use of VI as a potential replacement for TI.

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