Will AI replace Interpreters?

Globish, AI, and interpreters. Will we be pushed out?

Interpreters’ raison d’être was already threatened by the slow but steady rise of ‘globish’. Now, interpreter jobs are seriously challenged by the explosive emergence this year of A.I. How much longer will interpreters be needed if everyone speaks English? How do current ‘artificial interpreters’ compare to human ones? Are there other threats out there? What can interpreters do? Is the profession doomed?

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Why invest in quality translations for your conference?

Conference Interpretation Services: Unlocking the Power of Multilingual Communication

As a British-Owned, Morocco-based Service Language Provider, we fully understand how important conference interpreters are to a successful event. We provide quality Arabic, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian translation for business, conferences, webinars, meetings, and video calls, online or in person across Morocco.

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Convention centers and conference venues for international events in Marrakech

conference venues in Marrakech

Marrakesh, Morocco, offers a variety of convention centers, hotels, and other venues suitable for conferences. Here are the best options in the red city, with the number of bedrooms and meetings mentioned for each, as well as plenary size and distance from airport, city center and train station. Let us know what you think of our PCO-friendly guide to conference centres in Marrakesh Continue reading “Convention centers and conference venues for international events in Marrakech”

First Marketplace for African Vaccines

The First Manufacturers Marketplace for Vaccine Manufacturing African Union Member States was a landmark event held in Marrakech, Morocco, on October 1, 2023. The gathering brought together vaccine manufacturers, policymakers, and stakeholders from across Africa to discuss opportunities for collaboration and partnership in boosting vaccine production on the continent.

Organized by the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, the marketplace aimed to address the critical need for increased vaccine manufacturing capacity in Africa. Currently, Africa produces less than 1% of the vaccines it consumes, relying heavily on imports that are often costly and unreliable.

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