Machine translation (MT) vs. human translation When you work in the language industry, there is no way you haven’t crossed paths with machine translation one way or another, since it is one of the most dynamically improving areas of the translation industry. MT engines are continuously getting trained and becoming more accurate, thus making the […]
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Wednesday, 27th July 16:00 CEST (links to the recording will be made available so you can view at a suitable time) Hiring great sales people and account managers is more challenging than ever. Not only is the job market tight, hiring the wrong person is costlier than ever, jeopardising customer relationships and compromising your […]
The European Union of Associations of Translation Companies (EUATC) is an umbrella body for national associations of translation companies throughout Europe, without being limited to the EU. The EUATC provides a united voice for language services companies and promotes the highest standards of quality and business practice.
Since its beginnings in 2003, All About Languages has delivered professional services in interpretation, translation, training and support to services and organisations across Tasmania. Our expert team of Interpreters not only cover over 100 languages but enjoy working with us.
Recently the New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) provided an update to stakeholders to confirm the NAATI Standards Project of the Language Assistance Services (LAS) Programme is being put on hold temporarily to focus MBIE resources on the COVID-19 recovery.
Only half way through the year and we have had more surprises than in the past decade altogether. Albert Einstein said: “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity” and that’s what we have been seeing in our industry in the last 4 months: courageous pivoting and adapting by our members to adjust to the new reality of COVID-19 era.
AUSIT National Mini-conference, National AGM and Jill Blewett Memorial Lecture PD Points Day 1: 40 (full day) PD Points Day 2: 10 The AUSIT National Mini-conference, to be held in conjunction with the AUSIT National AGM, aims to provide a forum for practitioners and scholars to explore important issues in translation and interpreting. The theme […]
AALC President Tea Dietterich attended the Annual ALC (U.S. Association of Language Companies) Conference in San Diego, CA last week. Tea was joined by AALC Secretary Karen Hodgson and AALC members Adrienne Meakin from Lote Marketing and Liz Seymour from NZTC. It was a great opportunity to catch up with AALC Associate members Plunet, Kilgray […]
AALC Members will be able to download the recorded webinar and related documents after the event. Date: Tue 7th June, 2016 Time: 4pm AEDT Cost: Free attendance for all The AALC ROUNDTABLE ONLINE is a regular AALC signature webinar bringing thought leaders in the language service industry in Australia and New Zealand together to discuss […]
Recognising that our members represent a wide range of economic, personal and professional interests in a very varied, multicultural and international industry, the AALC has developed a Code of Conduct for its members, reflecting input from members, stakeholders and other industry associations. The aim of this Code is to present a level playing field in […]