Readers may be interested in the recent publication by Language Science Press, in open access pdf format, of an edited volume entitled “Machine translation for everyone: Empowering users in the age of artificial intelligence“.
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Born Global is a British Academy project on language skills for employability, trade and business, and is an open and free-to-use resource for the languages community: universities, teachers, employers, researchers, and students.
Quantitative and qualitative data has been collected on the complex relationships between language learning and employability.
Something rather controversial for you today. The video presentation below discusses book digitization, use of crowd resources, and translation by non-professionals concurrently with language learning.
I think that the lawyers reading this will have plenty to say about various legal issues here, not to mention translators’ opinions.