Let’s move back into the history of language translation tools. Many people all over the world may think that language translation software came into being after invention of computer technology. That’s not true. The concept of machine translation was started during 17th century BC. It was Rene Descartes who invented a device that could use a universal language to convey ideas of different languages. In 1950 the Georgetown experiment invented a language translator which could convert Russian into English language. Since then these devices were invented in many developed countries. With the invention of computer technology and spread of Globalization such language conversion software were invented that could translate one language text into 70 or more international languages at a time.
Mutual Interaction Necessary to Grow in Global Market
Mutual Interaction and communication is the first requirement to grow in global market. Today’s business market is readily accepting new trends. It has also got tough competition among business companies to get more and more customers. Language is the main obstacle in talking and communicating with international customers and business clients through written correspondence. Seeing the requirement of language translation many professional translators are being hired at an international level. Language translation machines are also being used at a large scale where capacity to hire sufficient man power is difficult.
In today’s global marketplace, there is an increased need for translation. Needless to say, machine translation systems are now ubiquitous. And over the years these systems have become quite viable, thanks to an exponential growth in information technology. In this article we will discuss how machine translation systems work and how they can be put to best use.