Computer Assisted Translation (CAT)



Computer Assisted Translation (CAT)

Automation of all or part of the task of accurately translating from one natural language to another.

Articles on that refer to Computer Assisted Translation (CAT)

Parallel universes, the Matrix, and superintelligence By Michio Kaku
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Consciousness Connects Our Brains to the Fundamental Level of the Universe By Stuart Hameroff
The Physical Constants as Biosignature By James N. Gardner
Notes and References By K. Eric Drexler
Bioterrorism and SARS By Mae-Wan Ho
The 21st Century: a Confluence of Accelerating Revolutions By Ray Kurzweil
Ramona's Story By Ray Kurzweil
Gelernter, Kurzweil debate machine consciousness By Rodney Brooks, Ray Kurzweil, and David Gelernter
Consciousness By John Searle

News Articles that refer to Computer Assisted Translation (CAT)

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