Technology Update: Real-Time Human Translation a Step Closer

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Online translation company, TranslationBooth.com, has released the first Quick Translation service available on the web. The company claims that through the use of cutting edge technology it can return human translations in a fraction of the time that traditional translation services require.

Online translation company, TranslationBooth.com , has released the first Quick Translation service available on the web. The company claims that through the use of cutting edge technology it can return human translations in a fraction of the time that traditional translation services require.

Anne Smith, Customer Support Manager, confirmed that the speed of the system had been a hit with customers who required translations returned quickly: "The Quick Translation system which TranslationBooth.com has introduced into the marketplace has struck a cord with people who do not want to wait several days to receive their translations back. It is particularly handy for people translating emails, letters, and the like where time is of the essence."

Due to the amount of work coming through, TranslationBooth.com does not need to charge a minimum fee (some companies charge a minimum fee of upwards of $50) and as such customers are able to translate a single sentence for less than a dollar in most cases.

When asked about the future of the business, Adam Symmons, Managing Partner, stated, "The future of TranslationBooth.com is bright. We have already received interest from some of the largest players in the industry. Our ultimate goal is to come as close to "real time" human translation as possible. That is our Holy Grail. If we happen to be the next hot tech stock along the way, then so be it."

TranslationBooth.com offers translations between hundreds of language pairs. To see whether your language pair is included or to submit a translation, please click here.

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