WHY AI? HOW LANGUAGE & AI SERVICES GO HAND-IN-HAND

August 21, 2019

In practice, of course, things are more complicated. Effective translation necessitates a nuanced understanding of (at least) two languages and cultures, both source and target. It requires an understanding of the original content’s goals. It mandates a fluency in tone and subtext as well as vocabulary and grammar. In short, it requires a highly competent person to effect resonance. In theory, companies could (and some do) perform translation and localization work in-house. But the reason so many choose not to is because a language service provider (LSP) like Lionbridge can help simplify processes (and, in the long run, reduce costs) when translation and localization get really complicated.

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Tidelift helps organizations effectively manage the open source behind modern applications. Through the Tidelift Subscription, the company delivers a comprehensive management solution, including the tools to create customizable catalogs of known-good, proactively maintained components backed by Tidelift and its open source maintainer partners. Tidelift enables organizations to accelerate development and reduce risk when building applications with open source, so they can create even more incredible software, even faster.

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Maximising theAI opportunity

whitePaper | November 1, 2019

Artificial Intelligence is becoming an ever more important part of our lives. Many of us are already familiar with its everyday applications, such as decluttering our inboxes with spam filters or receiving personalised shopping recommendations. Yet, whether it is powering a new generation of self-driving cars, guarding us against fraud or helping doctors better diagnose health conditions, AI’s transformational abilities are being felt in increasingly ubiquitous and innovative ways.

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Artificial Intelligence & Financial Services

whitePaper | November 29, 2022

Artificial intelligence has long since graduated from science fiction and speculative use cases to widespread and diverse development across fintech sectors. CB Insights reported that financings for AI startups showed continued robust activity through Q2 2022, despite changes in market sentiment from the exuberance of 2021.

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AI-driven Personalizationin Digital MediaPolitical and Societal Implications

whitePaper | December 6, 2019

Machine learning (ML)-driven personalization is fast expanding from social media to the wider information space, encompassing legacy media, multinational conglomerates and digital-native publishers: however, this is happening within a regulatory and oversight vacuum that needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency. Mass-scale adoption of personalization in communication has serious implications for human rights, societal resilience and political security. Data protection, privacy and wrongful discrimination, as well as freedom of opinion and of expression, are some of the areas impacted by this technological transformation.

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Take the Intelligent Route to Information that Matters

whitePaper | October 11, 2021

AI forms the bedrock to help organizations unlock business value from the deluge of unstructured information. Improving operational efficiency by extracting structured data from unstructured documents enables organizations with faster and contextrich decision-making to adapt and thrive in the new normal.

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Trustworthy Use of Artificial Intelligence in Finance: Regulatory Perspectives from Asia Pacific

whitePaper | October 20, 2022

The digital evolution of the financial services (FS) industry is heavily reliant on having quality information and analytics to deliver services to customers and manage operations in an efficient and risk-appropriate manner.

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CIO vision 2025: Bridging the gap between BI and AI

whitePaper | September 23, 2022

It’s been several years since organizations began adopting artificial intelligence (AI) to improve their business; few have come close to mastering its existing capabilities. A small number of organizations in our research aim to become AI-driven—a status we define as AI and machine learning underpinning almost everything the enterprise does—by 2025. However, this elite group—who we term “AI leaders”1—as well as the many others looking simply to embed AI more firmly in the enterprise foundations face formidable challenges to achieving their objectives.

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Tidelift

Tidelift helps organizations effectively manage the open source behind modern applications. Through the Tidelift Subscription, the company delivers a comprehensive management solution, including the tools to create customizable catalogs of known-good, proactively maintained components backed by Tidelift and its open source maintainer partners. Tidelift enables organizations to accelerate development and reduce risk when building applications with open source, so they can create even more incredible software, even faster.

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