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Document Translation Education

Translation Services In Public Schools

For years, education law in the United States has said that public school districts must communicate with parents in their native languages “to the extent practicable.” And the U.S. Department of Justice interprets the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as saying that school districts…

October 5, 2021
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Corporate Document Translation Marketing

What is NLP?

Google recently implemented an update to its search algorithm that will enable it to process and correlate data across different languages, industries, and subjects like never before. If it lives up to expectations, Google’s Multitask Unified Model, or MUM update is the closest any…

September 21, 2021
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Document Translation Healthcare

What Are The Top Mistakes In Medical Translations?

Hospitals frequently admit patients for whom English is a second language, which, naturally, leads to the need for medical translation. Medical translation companies can prepare patient materials, forms, websites, and other information in foreign languages. Doctors and nurses will be better informed about the…

September 20, 2021
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Document Translation

The Importance of Plain Language in Business

Key Takeaways: 54% of adults read below a 6th-grade level Plain Language is a clear, concise way of writing that promotes better understanding Plain Language is essential in the healthcare and legal sectors Plain Language benefits everyone, including the highly-educated reader Did you know…

June 8, 2021
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Document Translation Linguists

Will AI replace Human Translators?

We have all seen the Google Translate fails. They are often innocent and good for a chuckle. However, in the grand scheme of things, machine translation has improved drastically and is pretty useful depending on the context. Will AI replace human translators? Some might…

May 24, 2021