Tom Hoar Change your cover photo Upload Change your cover photoUpload Apply Cancel Change your cover photo Tom Hoar • offline•Joined February 25, 2016•Government•Thailand Language technology veteran serving translation professionals for 30 years with technologies that augment translators from IBM Selectric II typewriters to dictation and translation software. This user account status is Approved followers10 following0 Follow Message About About Posts Posts Comments Comments Reviews Reviews Sorry, Gert. I let this one slip through the cracks. No contradiction to what your points. It's unlikely that Microsoft… On “Microsoft reaches a historic milestone, using AI to match human performance in translating news from Chinese to English” Pieter, you just gave me an idea. Our wins and losses are equally important in guiding our successes. After my… On Why you may fail in 2019 Pieter! I'm so glad you included the photography world in your review. I saved this audio clip from Sept 30,… On Why the decline is everywhere It's highly unlikely that they exaggerated. Here are two other articles that review the Microsoft announcement: Microsoft defined "Human parity"… On “Microsoft reaches a historic milestone, using AI to match human performance in translating news from Chinese to English” The size of a training corpus is not the biggest limitation. Let’s say someone creates a huge TM with seemingly… On Longread: Alice in Machine Translation Land Oleg, as a technology vendor selling translator software with embedded MT technology, I say to you, "dream on." Our software… On There is no machine translation post-editing Bravo, Fabian! The technology has made major leaps forward in only the last 10 years, but today's "MTPE/PEMT best practices"… On There is no machine translation post-editing Tea, I'll repeat a customer experience you can lookup on our support site. Igor Goldfarb is an EN-RU patent translator… On Machine Translation: Road to Hell or Heaven Sent? "Traditional"... great point, Tea. Back in the dinosaur age of computers (ca 1993?), translation memories were the innovation and IBM… On Machine Translation: Road to Hell or Heaven Sent? Tea, Thank you for sharing your experiences with MT. It's important to remember that each project interacts differently with MT,… On Machine Translation: Road to Hell or Heaven Sent? load more comments Connect with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with VK Username or E-mail Password Only fill in if you are not human Keep me signed in Register Forgot your password?