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Language Weaver Expert Says New Technology is Causing Translation Software to Make a Strong Comeback.

LOS ANGELES -- Hannah Grap, one of Language Weaver's resident translation technology specialists, will present at the 9th Annual Conference of the Translation Company Division of the American Translators Association (ATA-TCD) in Denver on Friday, July 18. Grap will discuss how and why new technology has machine translation making a comeback.

Language Weaver is the leader in statistical-based language translation solutions for the enterprise.

ATA-TCD takes place July 17 - 20, 2008 and showcases translation and localization industry trends, workflow tools, project management, sales and marketing, and behavioral interviewing. This year's theme is, "TCD in the Rockies--Translation with Altitude."

Language Weaver's Hannah Grap will give the following presentation:

Why Machine Translation Is Making a Comeback: New Technology and New Opportunities

Friday, July 18, 10:15-11:30 a.m. MDT

Why are enterprises interested in automated translation software? To decrease spending, speed time to global markets and increase content to name just a few reasons...

This session will cover:

* Key differences between rule-based machine translation and statistical machine translation (SMT)

* When and where automated translation makes sense

* Best practices in SMT software deployment and customer perspectives

* Opportunities for translation providers to increase productivity

About Language Weaver, Inc.

Language Weaver was founded in 2002 to commercialize a unique approach to automatic language translation using proprietary statistical translation algorithms that resulted from research and development at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute (USC/ISI). Language Weaver's translation systems produce fluent, natural sounding translations and save customers money and time through automation of the translation process. Learn more at www.languageweaver.com.
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