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Google invents a mouth for machines

October 28th, 2011

This week, Google announced that its Android smartphones can now interpret simultaneously between 14 languages via Google Translate. For some, this may seem like a true blessing because there is usually no time to consult a dictionary during a conversation. But can a machine really replace a professionally trained interpreter? TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd.’s answer would be, “Certainly not!” Language – and spoken language in particular – is far too complex. Furthermore, languages are alive; they grow and change and are constantly undergoing transformations. A machine is not capable of transferring all the subtle nuances of one language into another. For this reason, TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. offers you the services of professionally trained interpreters only, who have all received their training at a technical university.

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August 18th, 2011

Google isn’t always number one

June 28th, 2011

More than 80 percent of all the world’s search engine requests are carried out by industry leader Google. As a certified translation company TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. helps over 1500 companies worldwide to attract new customers with accurate texts that are adapted to fit their target groups. Our free terminology service assists in aligning your texts with the language and culture of your customers, and helps your company to appear more frequently on Google searches thanks to personalised company terminology and consistent corporate language.

However, in many key markets such as Russia and China, Google is not the leading search engine. An article in Salzburger Nachrichten shows the countries in which other search engines lead the way. The article was based on an interview with our partner Worldsites.