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Q: Can translation software replace human translation?

With the continuous advancement of technology, translation software can solve translation problems. Translation software has fast translation speed and high efficiency, while manual translation takes a long time and low efficiency.

51 weeks 1 day ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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Yes! We are currently using a software for translation to minimize manpower for translator.

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I ain't sure, if you are aware, butT ... we held a competition ...

 

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Eventually.

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Mostly yes I think.

I'm already seeing many Amazon sellers from non-English speaking countries using it for writing product descriptions.

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Yes! We are currently using a software for translation to minimize manpower for translator.

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Machines are replacing humans diff. areas of the work force, and the tech. is only going to get better with time. However, there is no guarantee that machine translation can fully replace human translation. Machine translation can never replace human translators in terms of speed. accuracy and performance.

 

 

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There are already softwares out there that are really good at picking and translating the language. In coming years, I do believe AI will be able to easily replace humans.

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