Attend this webinar from the comfort of your own home. Come away with an understanding of terminology as it is understood by a machine translation tool.
Terminology is no longer what it used to be! Text mining and computational grammar have completely changed the way we approach terminology, making traditional dictionaries obsolete. We’ll introduce you to the concepts of granularity, ontology, and folksonomy that are critical to understanding how machine translation engines work.
This knowledge will enable you to use this tool to its full potential, whether as a supplement to your translations or for post-editing tasks. This investment of your time and money will not only be a step forward in your career, but will also ensure that you stay at the forefront of the latest developments in terminology technology.
The presentation is designed for both translators and interpreters who want to use the latest advances in terminology technology to improve their work and take their careers to the next level.
By attending this webinar, you will:
- Find out why text mining, computational grammar, and biomedical ontologies are changing the way we approach terminology
- Learn how to tackle challenges in these disciplines and stay ahead of the curve
- Familiarize yourself with job options like term validator, text miner, or enhancer.
About the Presenter
Pablo Mugüerza is a Spanish EN>SP physician and medical translator with over 35 years of translation experience, both in-house (McGraw-Hill) and freelance (most of the time). He has worked for top translation agencies, major pharmaceutical companies and CROs. Pablo is an external translator for the WHO in Geneva, Switzerland, and an editor for the OPS. He also collaborates with the Mining Unit of the Spanish National Supercomputing Center. With over 200 workshops, courses, and conferences both in English and Spanish under his belt, he’s one of the leading authorities on EN>ES clinical trial protocols. He was the Distinguished Speaker invited by the ATA Medical Division in Los Angeles in October 2022.
Other CE Points: CCHI = 1.5
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