This cutting edge research series examines translation technology and explores the relationships between human beings and machines in translating the written and spoken word. The series welcomes authored monographs and edited collections.
Analysing English-Arabic Machine Translation Google Translate, Microsoft Translator and Sakhr
The Human Factor in Machine Translation
By Mak Kin-wah
October 10, 2023
This book is a pioneering attempt to explore the relationships between technology and the humanities through case studies and specific contexts in the areas of language, theatre, literature, translation, philosophy, music, home designations, learning environment, and artificial intelligence. ...
By Zakaryia Almahasees
May 31, 2023
Machine Translation (MT) has become widely used throughout the world as a medium of communication between those who live in different countries and speak different languages. However, translation between distant languages constitutes a challenge for machines. Therefore, translation evaluation is ...
By Rei Miyata
April 29, 2022
This book explains the concept, framework, implementation, and evaluation of controlled document authoring in this age of translation technologies. Machine translation (MT) is routinely used in many situations, by companies, governments, and individuals. Despite recent advances, MT tools are still ...
By Sin-Wai Chan
April 30, 2018
Machine translation has become increasingly popular, especially with the introduction of neural machine translation in major online translation systems. However, despite the rapid advances in machine translation, the role of a human translator remains crucial. As illustrated by the chapters in this...
By Chan Sin-wai
October 31, 2016
Technology has revolutionized the field of translation, bringing drastic changes to the way translation is studied and done. To an average user, technology is simply about clicking buttons and storing data. What we need to do is to look beyond a system’s interface to see what is at work and what ...