Machine translation and human translation: in competition or in complementation?

@inproceedings{Hutchins2001MachineTA,
  title={Machine translation and human translation: in competition or in complementation?},
  author={John Hutchins},
  year={2001}
}
1. Introduction Ever since the idea of using computers to translate natural languages was first proposed in the 1940s and since the first investigations were begun in the 1950s, translators have watched developments either in scorn or in trepidation. Either they have dismissed the very notion that anyone could even believe that translation could be mechanized, or (at the other extreme) they have feared that their profession would be taken over entirely by machines. The first of these attitudes… CONTINUE READING

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