Interpreting and technology
Unlike other professions, the impact of information and communication technology on interpreting has been moderate so far. However, recent advances in the areas of remote, computer-assisted, and, most recently, machine interpreting, are gaining the interest of both researchers and practitioners. This volume aims at exploring key issues, approaches and challenges to the interplay of interpreting and technology, an area that is still underrepresented in the field of Interpreting Studies. The contributions to this volume cover topics in the area of computer-assisted and remote interpreting, both in the conference as well as in the court setting, and report on experimental studies.
Interpreting and technology: The upcoming technological turn
Simultaneous interpretation of numbers and the impact of technological support
An exploratory study on CAI tools in Simultaneous Interpreting: theoretical framework and stimulus validation
Experimenting with computer-assisted interpreter training tools for the development of self-assessment skills: National Parliament of RSA
Technologies and role-space: how videoconference interpreting affects the court interpreter’s perception of her role
Present? Remote? Remotely present! New technological approaches to remote simultaneous conference interpreting
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