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LSP Perspective: Applying the Human Touch to MT, Qualitative Feedback in MT evaluation (Part 1)

In all the discussions about MT, we do not often hear much about post-editors and what could be done to enhance and improve the task of PEMT, which is often viewed negatively.  Lucía Guerrero, Senior Translation and Localisation Project Manager at CPSL, provides useful insights into her direct experience of improving the experience for post-editors … Continue reading LSP Perspective: Applying the Human Touch to MT, Qualitative Feedback in MT evaluation (Part 1)

Medical Science Localisation Guide

Choosing a localisation company for medical information can be a tricky process. How can you determine that a company that claims to have the resources, experience, and production structure in order to manage complex medical translation projects actually can deliver a quality product with quality service? The CPSL team has many years of medical science … Continue reading Medical Science Localisation Guide

Interpreting, how to find the ideal solution

Interpreting takes time and skill and having the right plans in place can help your business address your audience in the correct local language. Getting this right, or wrong can have an impact on your business and your brand. Is your company organizing an event with participants from other countries, or inviting a keynote speaker … Continue reading Interpreting, how to find the ideal solution

Talking point: how to produce a great corporate voice-over

These days, companies of all shapes and sizes are using voiceovers to bring credibility, closeness and a human touch to their corporate communications materials. From explainer videos to digital Christmas cards, a “real” voice can speak louder and more convincingly than dense blocks of text. Voiceovers can help connect businesses with their target audiences by … Continue reading Talking point: how to produce a great corporate voice-over

Small www.orld: which languages rule the internet?

It’s no secret that languages are, sadly, no more immortal than civilisations or species. Still, it’s jaw dropping to consider that around 915 languages around the world are reportedly on the brink of extinction. The predator? Forget fire, starvation or meteorite showers. The Internet  – the world’s fastest and furthest-reaching communication tool – may be … Continue reading Small www.orld: which languages rule the internet?

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