The Morningside team had a blast last Tuesday at our summer office party. We headed out to a rooftop patio in Midtown Manhattan for a wonderful evening filled with great food, games, and great company. Besides the tasty food and drinks, our employees enjoyed playing bean bag toss, eating popcorn from our new popcorn machine (the newest addition to our office), and watching the sunset over the Hudson river.
The main objective of the summer party was to say “thank you” to our team members and give everyone at our growing office a chance to meet and mingle. Read more about: Morningside’s Summer Party 2016! »
English is certainly the language of science in the modern world, with an estimated 98% of all scientific publications being written in the language. But it hasn’t always been that way.
Before the 17th century, scientific publications were mostly written in Latin. For example, in 1687, Sir Isaac Newton wrote his book Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, which explained his laws of motion and gravity, in the Latin language. At the time education wasn’t accessible to the majority of the population, Read more about: The Language of Science »
At Morningside, we translate a vast range of documents and texts into over 100 languages, and have worked with clients around the world to help them successfully reach out to new consumers and do business in the global marketplace. While Morningside has years of experience in multiple languages, one language which we are particularly experienced in and translate frequently is Japanese.
Japan is one of the world’s major economic powers, despite its small size, Read more about: Morningside’s Japanese Translation Services »
Decades of well-funded machine learning and artificial intelligence R&D is starting to make its mark on the world of machine translation. Over the last few months there have been several important announcements from the likes of Google, Facebook, and Microsoft about their initiatives in applying artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to translation. For example: