The year 2020: A time when everything changed

Covid has shone a spotlight on other trans-national threats. As well as a pandemic, the world has contended with an infodemic. We’ve been confronted by the metastasising effect of misinformation, the scourge of the online world.

Read more at https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55353178

ICLTS 2021: International Conference on Linguistics and Translation Studies

March 04-05, 2021 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
It aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Linguistics and Translation Studies.
Learn more at https://waset.org/linguistics-and-translation-studies-conference-in-march-2021-in-rio-de-janeiro

Hey, Translators! We cannot miss it!

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It’s the start of the Holiday Season, and we hope you’re all safe and healthy!
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Happy Holidays!

Covid19 Lockdown declared Collins Dictionary word of the year

“Lockdown” has been declared the word of the year for 2020 by Collins Dictionary, after a sharp rise in its usage during the pandemic.

Read more at: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-54878910

How AI is transforming the content supply chain…and your job

“AI is going to have as big an impact on our society as electricity,” according to Risto Siilasmaa, chairman of the board at Nokia.

Read more at: https://magazine.multilingual.com/previewissue/may-june-2020/how-ai-is-transforming-the-content-supply-chainand-your-job/

happy translation day

There are about 6,500 languages in the world today. It is a privilege to be part of the worldwide translation community, working to promote one of the greatest gifts of mankind – language communication!

Translation Day’s Special ‘Big Party’ - 30 September, 30 hours - You cannot miss it!!!

Lear more at: https://bpconf.com/30h/?mc_cid=0c6c82619c&mc_eid=e1efe4df33

‘The Little Prince’ now speaks Tsotsil

One of the world’s most-translated books just added another language to its collection: “The Little Prince” is now out in Tsotsil, an indigenous language spoken by 400,000 people in the southeastern Mexican state of Chiapas.

Learn more at https://globalvoices.org/2018/11/28/the-little-prince-now-speaks-tsotsil/