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:
For companies and organizations planning on expanding into new territories, the world of document translation can be a daunting one. In order to build a professional reputation, high quality and accurate translation is key across all documentation. Before contacting a translation service for a quote, it’s important to figure out exactly what you’ll need from them, so ask yourself the following three questions:
- What type of documents do you have?
Are you a business planning to expand into a new region? Read more about: A Beginner’s Guide to Documentation Translation Services »
Morningside is excited to sponsor the DIA 2016 Annual Meeting in Pennsylvania. The conference kicked off on Sunday and will continue through Thursday July 30th. As a leading life sciences translation provider, Morningside offers a full suite of medical translation services for clinical trials, regulatory compliance, e-learning, medical device and pharmaceutical translation. If you are attending, make sure to stop by Booth #2244 to grab some fun giveaways and learn more about us!
We look forward to seeing you there! Read more about: Meet Morningside @ DIA 2016! »
App localization is a fantastic way for developers to dramatically expand their audience base, but for the uninitiated the thought of translating and localizing an app can be a little daunting. Here are five of the most important best practices to adhere to when starting the localization process.
1. Think international at all stages of development
You may only be developing the app for the US market now, but if expansion to new territories is on the cards for the future, Read more about: Best Practices for Localizing Apps »
Any business that trades globally will understand the importance of precise language and accurate document translation, but in the biotech, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries, there is even more at stake when it comes to translating important documents. A translation error in the life sciences industry not only delays and complicates research and production efforts, but it could actually prove harmful to patients or subjects. Minimizing risk when it comes to medical translation is of paramount importance. Read more about: The language of medicine: how can language affect medical and pharmaceutical business? »