Tips for Training Post-editors

This is a fantastic, short, high-content article. It should be read by translators as an introduction to the future of translation. Congratulations to KantanMT

A good quality Machine Translation engine relies on the quality of the bilingual data used to train it. For most MT users, this bilingual data can be translated by humans, or it can be fully post-edited MT output. In both cases, the quality of the data will influence the engines quality. 
Selçuk Özcan, Transistent’s Co-founder will discuss the differences and give some tips for successful post-editing.Selçuk Özcan, Transistent’s Co-founder has given KantanMT permission to publish his blog post on Translation Quality. This post was originally published in Dragosfer and on the GALA Blog website.

We have entered a new age, and a new technology has come into play: Machine Translation (MT). It’s globally accepted that MT systems dramatically increase productivity but it’s a hard struggle to integrate this technology into your production process. Apart from handling the engine building and optimizing procedures, you have to transform your traditional workflow:

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