We are currently at a point in language and technological development when a collision is inevitable – some may even argue that it has already occurred. We are simply waiting for the dust to settle. Digitalization, the Internet of Things, AI and machine learning, and – going back even farther – the smartphone, voice recognition, and the introduction of the internet and social media; all those technologies have contributed to the world we live in now.
Of all technologies, Artificial Intelligence is the most spoken one that is already used in every industry. Today, we will talk about the translation industry undergoing dramatic changes. Businesses and communications not limited to physical borders are now working on erasing language barriers. While Machine Translation (MT) has been around for a long time, the current usage of Artificial Intelligence has dramatically enhanced the availability of real-time, at-your-fingertips translation to the general public like never before. AI provides various benefits, including the capacity to incorporate context and language specifics with improved accuracy.