According to a researcher at the University of Cardiff, the future of translation will combine human and machine intelligence. Even though machine translation has become more efficient each and every year, it will never be able to replace the linguistic capabilities of human beings. Instead, future progress in the field will revolve around the improvement of human-machine cooperation. You can read the article by Ben Screen, a Welsh translation researcher, here:
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