If your job depends on understanding what’s being said in more than one language, SYSTRAN’s new podcast holds the answers.
Whether you’re trying to read an e-mail from a colleague, give an answer to a customer, or deliver accurate documentation across the globe, language plays a key role in determining the success of your actions. If you cannot communicate, then the action is useless. The same goes for finding evidence in a huge pile of multilingual data, increasing the value of your user-generate-content, running compliance programs internationally, or protecting a nation as a government organization. Language governs everything we do.
SYSTRAN aims to share the unique stories, stats, and perspective on how language impacts business and our everyday lives in a brand new podcast series, released today.
In the last 50 years, SYSTRAN has been delivering machine translation capabilities to Fortune 500, billion-dollar start-ups, education institutions, government communities and LSPs all over the globe. This has given the company a unique perspective across industries such as banking, finance, manufacturing, legal, internet, security, software, wearable devices and IoT.
Its newest technology, Neural Machine Translation (NMT) is disrupting the language translation industry by giving organizations access to higher quality machine translation than ever before. Unraveling where NMT and language intersect with the speed and security of a business is the aim of their new podcast.
“We’ve had the incredible opportunity to uncover how NMT intersects with big data, global teams, new user experiences and security, and that’s what we want to share with you every month through different Podcast Series,” says Craig Stern, Marketing Manager of the Americas at SYSTRAN.
It’s not always clear where NMT technology can fit into your workflow. In this podcast, SYSTRAN will uncover how companies are using SYSTRAN’s Pure Neural Machine Translation (PNMT) to gain market share and unexpected places where language translation is vital.
The first Podcast series, “The language of bribery, and the challenge of anti-corruption communications: a real-world story” will cover FCPA compliance and one man’s true recount of going to prison because of violating those laws.
The series is available now to listen on the following channels:
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