Titre : Translation Quality in the Age of Digital Transformation
Date de sortie : 2020
Nombre de pages : 558
Auteurs·trices : Jean-Marc Dalla-Zuanna, Dr. Christopher Kurz
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Langue : anglais – #livreanglais
Résumé : As we enter the age of digital transformation, we are all faced with the task and the challenge of clearly transporting the hazy notion of translation quality into a world dominated by concepts such as key figures, artificial intelligence and automation. The increasingly clear manifestation of the fault lines between digital transformation and the redefining of our profession and work environment on a daily basis gives way to numerous discussions. The collective volume you hold in your hands, represents a strong link between theory and practice. On the one hand, it reflects findings, tips, strategies and suggestions from day-to-day work, but on the other hand also addresses basic theory and offers a reflective and multifaceted way into the set of issues surrounding quality and translation: dimensions of translation quality, factors that have a significant influence on translation quality, importance of the elements of the translational ecosystem for achieving translation quality, application in practice.
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