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Interpreting Creeps toward Automation
by Nataly Kelly
May 06, 2008
May 06, 2008

 
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Summary
While the majority of spoken language services are still provided in person, the sheer enormity of the market demand has led to the development of remote interpreting through telephone and video-conferencing technologies. Interpreters depend more on machine-based assistance, engaging in what we call computer-assisted interpretation (CAI), with each passing day.

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