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In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a powerful tool in the field of translation, opening up new possibilities and challenges for translation professionals.

AI has revolutionized the way translation is performed. Thanks to sophisticated algorithms and machine learning models, machines can analyze large volumes of text and generate increasingly accurate translations in a wide variety of popular and rare languages. This has made it possible to streamline and automate processes that previously required a great deal of human effort, such as the translation of large documents or the localization of software.

Another important aspect is the ability of AI to process and translate large volumes of content in real time. This is especially relevant in areas such as machine translation during international events or the translation of large amounts of information on online platforms.

However, it is important to note that AI does not completely replace human translators, but rather becomes a collaborative tool. The ability of AI to process large amounts of information and learn continuously is complemented by the creativity and cultural knowledge provided by the human translator. It is this collaboration between artificial intelligence and translator that opens up a promising future in the field of translation. Check out this website for more information on this hybrid way of working.

One of the advantages of collaboration between translation and AI is the ability to speed up turnaround times. AI can perform an initial translation of a text and assist in the management of glossaries and terminology bases, ensuring consistency and coherence in translations. A professional translator can then review and polish it to give the translation a more natural tone.

As it happens, although AI has made significant progress in the field of translation, it still has challenges to overcome. Machine translation has difficulties in capturing nuances, cultural contexts and idiomatic expressions. In addition, it often neglects privacy and data security issues that are of particular concern for the translation of important documents.

Combining the processing and machine learning capabilities of AI with the expertise and creativity of human translators allows us to overcome language barriers and reach global audiences more efficiently. As technology advances, it will be critical to maintain a balance and for translation professionals to be aware of the limitations that this new technology still presents. This is the only way to ensure quality and accuracy in translations.

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