AI makes it possible for machines to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs and perform human-like tasks. Taking these cues, we can also apply it to learning. This article discusses one of these learning applications: automatic translation.
Make your e-learning more accessible to international audiences by localizing your content.
Verztec Consulting, a leading provider of end-to-end Digital Learning solutions and Professional Language Translation has partnered with Skillsoft to provide companies in the South East Asia Region with a wider spectrum of corporate learning content.
Ingenuiti, a leading translation and multimedia services company that optimizes training and communication content for all audiences, is continuing to expand; this time in the form of a new office opening in Barcelona, Spain.
It sounds daunting to develop content in house with little knowledge of the language. Fear not! Here are five tips to get started.
Today, Lionbridge, one of the world's most trusted global communications platforms, announced its acquisition of Gengo, a Tokyo-based, leading edge technology company providing crowdsourcing, machine learning and localization services to global customers.
The way training is delivered doesn’t matter if the training isn’t offered in the native language of that office, location or even individual employee.
A young tech start-up from Paisley, Scotland, seems set to disrupt the world of digital learning translation as it launches a new rapid eLearning translation system this month.
inWhatLanguage, a leading localization and translation technology provider, has closed a $1.25 million business investment from Enhanced Community Development (ECD), a subsidiary of Enhanced Capital.
I know you’re probably thinking “My company is based in the United States, I don’t need to offer training in multiple languages.” That may very well be the case, but: