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DAILYWORD: TRADITIONAL

Wednesday, 14 November 2018 by
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November 14th, 2018 – Emoji, gif, and sticker: the new Internet language that supplants traditional communication.   In the beginning, emoticons were used to make texts created by e-mail and text messages less “cold”. Combining, according to criteria, dashes, and parenthesis, the Internet user Kevin MacKenzie realized the use that would be made some decades

DAILYWORD: CULTURE

Monday, 12 November 2018 by
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November 12th, 2o18 – A Web App to disseminate Italian culinary CULTURE.   A brilliant intuition that of DISHCOVERY: a tool to break down linguistic and cultural barriers through a menu that you can tell. Not a simple translation but a handbook that explains all those dishes and combinations that make the meal a real experience.

DAILYWORD: RESULT

Thursday, 09 August 2018 by
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August 8th, 2018 – A world RESULT on Google Translate: 143 billion words translated per day and a (probable) future of earnings thanks to advertising.   The app translates the incredible figure of 143 billion words every day, said Pichai (Google’s CEO). Adding then how this has had a significant increase during the World Cup

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DAILYWORD: USES

Friday, 06 July 2018 by
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July 6th, 2018 – Russia World Cup 2018: 5 USES of Google Translate that you did not know about   The use of Google Translate has increased significantly. According to the company, 30% more people is using the app in Russia, mainly from the Spanish speaking community, and everyone is looking for the translation of

DAILYWORD: CODE

Wednesday, 04 July 2018 by
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July 3rd, 2018 – LinkedIn introduces QR CODE and translation of posts   LinkedIn has introduced two new features in its platform: the ability to connect more easily or share your profile with others through QR codes and the button “view translation” in the news feed in posts that are written in a language different from

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October 17th, 2017 – China’s most popular chat app has apologized after its software used the N-word to translate a Chinese phrase that commonly means “black foreigner”. WeChat, which has almost 900 million users, blamed the use of the racial slur on an error in the artificial intelligence software that translates between Chinese and English. The

DAILYWORD: FRANCE

Monday, 20 April 2015 by
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April 20th 2015  – A mother in France has invented an app for talking to everyone in any language without even having to know how to speak.

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