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XLIFF of the Future: an Interview with David Filip

Posted by Jim Compton on Thu, Jul 27, 2017 @ 10:10 AM

In my article Is It Time to Kiss the Digital File Goodbye?, I cite the XLIFF OMOS (“XML Localization Interchange Fragment Format Object Model and Other Serializations”) initiative as an example in support of the assertion that a file-less future is achievable in the localization industry.
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Welcome to the Age of Human-Machine Collaboration

Posted by Jim Compton on Thu, Jun 08, 2017 @ 09:39 AM

If you caught my colleague Jon Ritzdorf’s webinar, What Blows Our Minds About the Latest Translation Tech, you may recall that one of the things Jon was excited about was the melding of TM (translation memory) & MT (machine translation) technologies, specifically in the forms of Predictive TM and Adaptive MT.
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Is It Time to Kiss the Digital File Goodbye?

Posted by Jim Compton on Mon, May 15, 2017 @ 01:02 PM

Digital files have served us well, having helped bring us the digital age. But now that we’re older and wiser, do we still need them? And should they be allowed in our content programs? In this post I propose that the digital file—with its inherent limitations—may now be more burden than boon.
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