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TAPICC – Because No One Has Time for Closed Systems
The history of standards for data and file exchange formats in the language industry goes back to the Localization Industry Standards Association (LISA) in the 1990s, which spearheaded the efforts around TBX, TMX, and GMX.  The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) organized the DITA, ebXML, XLIFF, and many

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A Forum for Objective Discussion about MT Technologies
Developers of machine translation (MT) technology have become increasingly active in announcing major architectural enhancements that promise to deliver substantial gains in output quality and decreases in training costs. Journalists in mainstream media have picked up the MT industry's neural networking theme and predicted universal communication. But

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A Slippery Slope: Measuring the Quality of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Translation
In 2015 the Italian Nuclei Antisofistacazioni e Sanità (NAS), a special unit of the Italian carabinieri, began investigating the sale of virgin olive oil labeled as the more expensive extra virgin olive oil. Meanwhile, Italy's anti-trust authority, L'Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, conducted its own inquiries into the

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