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August 30, 2021

by Future Trans

2020 was unquestionably difficult for travel. According to the World Economic Forum, the tourism industry lost an estimated $1.3 trillion in export revenue. However, while it could take several years for the industry to recover fully, a McKinsey survey reveals that traveling is the second-most-desired activity among respondents (second only to dining out). As the industry recovers, we look at key technology trends for the future, including AI translation, voice assistants, and more.

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August 22, 2021

by Future Trans

Translators often get asked about the impact of technology on their jobs. Between advancements in AI translation and the potential of big data, the industry has certainly seen shifts. So, what is the future of AI in the language translation industry?

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August 18, 2021

by Future Trans

In 2021, we expect on-demand services. Want to watch the latest TV show? It’s waiting for you on your TV. Need to buy something urgently? Just open the homepage of an online store. We’re used to instant results, and customer service doesn’t need to be any different. Multilingual chatbots mean round-the-clock assistance, sales, and troubleshooting.

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April 26, 2021

by Future Trans

Automotive manufacturers expanding abroad need to be sure that their operations run smoothly at all levels. Employees, partners, suppliers, clients, and the end-user need error-free documents in the right languages, without delays. Automotive translation services support your business by translating these documents and enabling communication.

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March 8, 2021

by Future Trans

“I want little girls to grow up knowing they can do anything, even play football.” – Jen Welter, the NFL’s first female coach.

This 8th March, we join people around the world in celebrating women’s achievements as part of International Women’s Day. The very first International Women’s Day was held on the 19th of March 1917, being recognized in Austria, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland. It was later celebrated officially by the UN in 1975.

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