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The Unstoppable Wave of Development in Interpreting Technology
Situations where individuals don’t speak the same language abound. Settings for interpreting range from courts, to health care, immigration, public safety, tourism, and trade. CSA Research tracks interpreting technologies that support the coordination and delivery of interpreting services. Changes are happening rapidly in this growing market sector

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Artificial Intelligence for Interpreter Bookings Now Available to Language Services Buyers
The interpreting technology front has been particularly active lately. After LanguageLine announced the release of a new video remote interpreting solution, thebigword launched a new interpreting management product called IMS Direct. Announced today, the software-as-a-service solution (SaaS) is for buy-side organizations and addresses the need for automation

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thebigword Launches a New Interpreter Scheduling Tool
The on-site interpreting market will reach nearly US$4.8 billion this year (see “The Language Services Market: 2012,” May12), but is surprisingly short of automated booking and scheduling tools for interpreters. In a recent briefing with thebigword, Joshua Gould, Chief Operations Officer at thebigword Group and Chief Executive Officer of

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Interpreting Tool Graces the Silver Screen
We've had many a chuckle at the universal translator devices of science fiction lore -- and it's never a surprise to us when these fictional creations show up on screen, enabling an alien's roar to be converted into perfect English (usually with an American accent). In fact, we gave a presentation on the topic at Localization World in Berlin just a

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Real-Time Translation for Chat, SMS, and E-Mail
In June 1963 the United States and the Soviet Union established a round-the-clock hotline for speedy communication between their leaders during periods of international tension like the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. President John Kennedy and First Secretary Nikita Khruschev originally relied on teletype technology, but by 1999 the countries added a secure

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