Writing Content For Machine Translation: Keep it Simple, Recycle, Repeat

January 31, 2017

Translation errors can be embarrassing – sometimes extremely so.

LEP Patients Less Likely to Stick With Diabetes Medication, According to Study

January 31, 2017

A study published last week found that Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Latino patients are less likely to adhere to medication regimens for type 2 diabetes than white and English-speaking Latino patients.

5 Qualities Every Interpreter Should Have

January 26, 2017

Speaking more than one language is impressive. But being able to professionally interpret for someone who speaks a different language? That’s an even bigger feat.

Are New Machine Translation Systems Worth All The Hype?

January 24, 2017

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic lately.

Science and the Language Barrier: A Q&A with John Lansdown

January 19, 2017

Earlier this month, we published a blog that focused on the role language plays in scientific research. Specifically, we looked at the results of a study that suggested a lack of scientific, multilingual publications was a serious threat to the…

E-Discovery Best Practices for Multilingual Investigations

January 18, 2017

Sorting through documents in a legal case is a task in itself. Finding relevant materials for trial can mean sifting through thousands of pages of records in order to find documents that are pertinent to a specific legal dispute.

The Business Need for a Bilingual Education

January 17, 2017

The proliferation of technology has brought our world closer together ensuring that globalization is here to stay.  For businesses, this now means in order to be internationally successful, they have to be multilingual. Despite this new economy…

LegalTech 2017: Exploring Digital Advances in the Legal Sphere

January 17, 2017

At the end of the month, thousands of legal professionals will gather in New York City for LegalTech, an annual tradeshow that explores technological trends in the legal industry.

Language Learning Apps Review: HelloTalk

January 13, 2017

A crucial piece of language learning is putting what you’ve learned into practice. That was a key element missing from Living Language and Duolingo, the other two applications we tested. Again, we lead busy lives so meet-up groups or classrooms…

Language Learning Apps Review: Living Language

January 13, 2017

Learning a language can be a bit difficult, but it should be fun and informative. In our first mobile language learning app review, ULG tested the mobile app Duolingo. We rated it 10 out of 10 for price, ease of use, and support. But we were…

Language Learning Apps Review: Duolingo

January 13, 2017

In the digital age, anything you want is a touch screen away. That includes learning a new language.  If you spend a lot of time on the go, a fair amount of your time is spent waiting. You may want something to occupy your time. So, United…

A Buyer’s Guide to Language Learning Applications

January 13, 2017

Learning a language is a fun and easy way to exercise your brain. Whether you’re retired, curious, or just want to practice your existing skills, it’s never been an easier endeavor to undertake than it is today. There are a lot of programs and…

E-Learning and the Medical Device Industry

January 11, 2017

In the medical device industry, regulation is a big deal.

Navigating E.U. E-Labeling Regulations

January 10, 2017

Electronic Labeling (e-labeling) has the potential to be hugely beneficial to medical device companies creating Instructions For Use (IFU), labels and packaging information. But at the same time, the European Union’s 2012 e-labeling directive can…

Make America Groovy Again? Baldwin's Trump Hat Incorrectly Translated

January 09, 2017

Alec Baldwin, the comedian and actor known for mimicking president elect Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, has delivered another jab at the real estate mogul. Unfortunately, the joke didn’t go quite as planned due to an incorrect translation.

Gaelic vs. Irish: What’s the Difference?

January 09, 2017

St. Patrick’s Day, cable-knit wool sweaters, and lush, green rolling landscapes are what people often associate with the country of Ireland. What people don’t generally know is that while the majority of the country speaks English, the country’s…

Global Marketing: Reaching Your International Audience With Local Content

January 09, 2017

While technology continues to advance non-stop like a runaway train, our seemingly unlimited access to information increases every day.

The Importance of Certified Medical Interpreters

January 06, 2017

In 1980 Willie Ramirez was taken to a Florida hospital in a coma.

Language Barrier a Problem for Scientific Research, Study Says

January 04, 2017

A new study suggests using English as the “lingua franca” in the scientific community has severely impeded the transmission of ideas.

The Challenge of Bidirectional Languages

January 04, 2017

When English speakers learn to read and write, we’re taught words and letters flow from left-to-right. That’s because we’ve learned a language and an alphabet based on Latin languages (e.g. English, French, and or Greek).

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