The “Languages & The Media” conference is an international conference focused on audiovisual language transfer in the media. This year, the event took place from November 7-9, 2022, and Nimdzi’s analysts joined the conversation to bring you the latest and greatest information and trends from the vibrant field of media localization.
On October 11, 2022, Google announced the launch of a new AI-powered cloud service called Translation Hub. The announcement instantly made waves in the language services industry and beyond, so Nimdzi took a closer look to see what’s really behind the new offering from the tech giant.
It's earnings season and several publicly traded companies from the Nimdzi 100 — our ranking of the 100 largest language service providers (LSPs) in the world — have released their half-year results for 2022. We at Nimdzi collected, normalized, and analyzed the data in an effort to see how 2022 is advancing for the language industry and to check if our growth projections are panning out.
Translation management systems (TMS) are one of the oldest language technologies out there. The first solutions appeared in the 80s with the emergence of brands such as STAR Transit and Trados, and the segment has been booming since 2010. In 2022, there are well over 160 technologies of this type on the market.
The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas maps over 800 different technology solutions across a number of key product categories. The report highlights trends and things to watch out for. This is the only map you will ever need to navigate your way across the language technology landscape.
You can find a lot of information about interpreting on Nimdzi’s website – from the latest investments in interpreting technology to interpreter certifications to vicarious trauma and acoustic shock – but we thought it was time to go back to the basics. So, we’ve put together the following FAQ aimed at shattering common myths and filling in blanks around core interpreting concepts you may have heard about but don’t quite fully understand.
As Nimdzi’s co-founder Renato Beninatto likes to say, there have only ever been three disruptive innovations in the language industry: e-mail, Translation memory software, Machine translation, and Google Translate in particular. But is there anything else? An idea so innovative that it could transform and reshape our industry?
As you begin to expand your target audience to include speakers of languages other than just English, you may quickly find the road ahead of you is much rockier than you had originally anticipated. But don’t fret: creating impactful, lasting multilingual content is a long game, which requires developing the right strategy.
It’s already been six years now since Google revealed that Google Translate processes 146 billion words a day — three times more than what all the professional translators in the world combined can do in a month. That was 2016 and things haven’t really slowed down in the machine translation (MT) universe since.
It’s all go in the interpreting industry right now, from funding, to innovation, to acquisitions — and it takes a lot to keep up. If you’re finding it hard to follow all the ins and outs, we’ve got you covered. In this article we’ll analyze the latest happenings, so sit back, relax, and prepare to take it all in.