Economist magazine discusses "combinations of human and computer translation", remarks on lowering cost of human translation

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Álvaro Degives-Más  Identity Verified
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Mar 8, 2010

Here we go again... Yet another myopic emphasis on logistics and cost, not so much on value, quality and opportunities implied in the current overall ballooning market expansion. Makes one wonder what "value" that expensive and old-world technology paralyzed publication the Economist really has for managers looking for a well-rounded approach with sensible insight in people management in a people's world. Glad it's flagged here for general amusement, but it's a terribly mediocre article nonetheless.

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