If you work for a non-profit that serves speakers of languages other than English, you may find yourself using automatic translation to bridge the language barrier. I would like to encourage you to use it appropriately and consider what alternatives may be a better fit in some scenarios.
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Machine Translation Unlikely Substitute For Human Decision-Making
Are we finally on the brink of machine translation catching up to human translators? Recent coverage of neural machine translation (NMT) seems to suggest so. Beyond the justified skepticism about what machine translation (MT) can achieve, this attitude overlooks the choices we make in translations.