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The development of machine-aided translation and its place in the professional cross-cultural communication
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics
It takes time and effort to make a highly qualified translator. But currently there is a great demand in skills of qualified translators in professional cross-cultural communication. So machine-aided translation could solve the problem. Today it is impossible to overestimate the significance and prospects of the machine-aided translation for this purpose. The paper describes the main stages of the machine-aided translation development, evaluates its advantages and disadvantages, its futuredoaj:d98bea847ae9442fafa73992463b4255 fatcat:aabtttb4sjcm5gcbwj6i23utrq