Industry is undergoing a fourth “revolution”. The first three stages were steam and machines, electricity and mass production, closely followed by computers and the initial trappings of automation in manual processes. What has started to be coined and explained as “Translation 4.0” is a similar process, in which translation has developed from as far back as 2000 BC, to the modern day, and we can now see a more advanced and efficient commercial translation model.
Translation will be a hugely important factor as manufacturers look to export to more remote parts of the world in the event of leaving the EU.
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