International Business: Machine translation can bring blunders, successes in international business
Human translators also use various forms of technology to produce high-quality translations. Some machine translation technologies produce translations that can be edited cost-effectively by humans. Other technologies regularly help translators to quickly recall specific terminology or previously completed translations, resulting in what is called computer-assisted translation. Full automation will always be the most cost effective, but professional human translators are necessary to ensure the highest quality in subject areas that lack highly controlled language.
Ultimately, every quality translation originates from a human, whether that original translation is then used to train a machine or simply repurposed by the machine. Likewise, poor quality machine translations also originate from humans at times, because a human has used machine translation in an inappropriate business situation. When machine translation succeeds, it is because humans have used it wisely.
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